One of Thailand's largest IPOs is fixed at the bottom of its price range, offering a big yield pick-up for investors.
Infrastructure fund chooses advantageous moment to formally launch one of Thailand's largest IPOs, with investors looking for yield plays as deflationary expectations gain ground.
Thai Union agrees to buy Bumble Bee from private equity firm Lion Capital for $1.5 billion in the company's largest acquisition ever.
The return of international tourists, exports and public investment projects are set to spur growth next year.
PTT hires banks to study options for its retail arm while Jasmine Broadband is poised to launch an IPO next year.
Western oil and gas giants have pulled back from Asia. This has created opportunities for national oil companies in the region.
Thai energy drinks manufacturer and distributor prices flotation at the top end of its range on the back of strong demand.
Investors hope the flotation of Thai energy drink Carabao will provide the same upside as the recent listings of other domestic drink manufacturers.
Sinking equity markets have weighed on the performance of newly listed companies, dampened sentiment and led to billions of redemptions.
Private equity firm Navis talks to FinanceAsia about Jokowi's cleanup in Indonesia, Asean integration and taper tantrums.
Thai airline hopes investors will sign up to an attractive valuation and turnaround in the domestic tourism industry.
Undaunted by the challenges, Kan Trakulhoon, CEO of Siam Cement, is focusing on acquisitions in the region.
Berli Jucker has mandated HSBC and Mizuho for a €650m loan to pay for its acquisition of Metro's cash-and-carry business in Vietnam.
Thailand’s biggest private hospital operator has plans to add 20 hospitals to its network during the next few years.
Indonesia and Thailand, Asean’s two biggest economies by GDP, officially have new leaders. Both countries are in need of a spark.