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.
Berli Jucker, a retail and trading company controlled by Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi, agreed to buy Metro's cash & carry business in Vietnam.
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Thailand’s fourth-biggest lender raises a $700 million Basel III-compliant Tier 2 offering, the country's first from the bank capital space, despite investor scepticism.
The Hong Kong property company raises a dollar note amid improved market sentiment in the local real estate sector.
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The oil and gas company raised Thailand’s first perpetual note in eight years, defying concerns about the country’s political stability.
The ouster of prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra is likely to spell an even quieter second half for Thailand's capital markets.
Thai retailer CP All has refinanced its $5.8 billion bridge loan and is mulling ways to pare its debt, including a refloat of Siam Makro shares.