Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
Rare international bond issue from Thailand receives a strong investor response, prompting the syndicate to dispense with any new issue premium.
FinanceAsia reveals the third batch of results from its annual poll. Today: Thailand, India, Korea and the list of best companies by sector.
FinanceAsia's final ranking of the finance ministers of the region's 12 biggest economies.
The Asian G3 bond market has weathered global volatility well say DCM syndicate bankers, with regional investors and declining US Treasury yields supporting recent issuance.
Phumchai Kambhato succeeds Frank Krings.
Thailand's banker-turned-finance minister seems to be struggling to exert influence. He is 11th out of 12 in FinanceAsia's Finance Minister of the Year ranking.
The largest bank in Malaysia thinks it can benefit from the desire of China companies and Southeast Asian governments to build infrastructure.
US bank creates a new role in recognition of the growing importance of Asia's local currency bond markets.
China is keen to assist infrastructure projects across Southeast Asia in an effort to extend its business lines and political influence.
Thailand’s state-owned energy giant sold a 30.6% shareholding for $315 million, while Star Petroleum raised a further $50 million from the sale of new shares.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual country awards for excellence in corporate finance.
PTT is looking to offload its stake after it was accused of monopolising Thaliand's refinery business by taking controlling stakes in major refining companies.
Thailand's billionaires are unfazed by the short-lived military coup, seeking more investment deals and strategic partnerships outside the country.