China’s economic slowdown is bad news for some but it can be a real positive for Asia’s frontier economies.
Investors hope a renewed privatisation and anti-corruption drive will finally enable Vietnam to live up to its promise.
FinanceAsia is pleased to reveal the detailed rationale for the winners of its International Banking Awards 2016.
The rationale behind the decisions taken by our judges in the awards for Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
FinanceAsia announces the winners of its country awards for domestic banks in Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
FinanceAsia is about to enter its third decade. We invite you to help us celebrate through stories dedicated to the past and future 20 years of Asia's financial markets.
Myanmar's eagerness to build up the new Yangon Stock Exchange may remind observers of what happened in three nearby markets - for better or worse.
Doom and gloom seems to pervade most views of Asia’s markets in 2016. So FinanceAsia has sought out some potential positives for the coming year.
The government has only a limited window to implement meaningful reforms before investor interest fades.
Brokers and investors in Vietnam hope the country’s reforms will enable it to graduate from MSCI’s frontier-market status.
The first-ever Vietnamese company listing abroad is likely to take place in the first quarter of 2016. Huy Vietnam is finalising its plans for a Hong Kong listing.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual country awards for excellence in corporate finance.
Aymar de Liedekerke Beaufort, a 26-year veteran of the French bank, is the new Vietnam country head, having served in a similar capacity in several Eastern European countries.
Nguyen Thanh Phuong helped establish Viet Capital at the centre of Vietnam's financial sector.
Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has likely followed through on a pledge to sign a decree lifting limits on foreign stock ownership.