Ming Lu, head of the private equity group for the region, tells FinanceAsia that finding talent is tough but attitudes have changed.
Saigon Securities reports on the themes it expects will be the engines of Vietnam’s progress in 2014.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Hanoi-based real estate firm is keen to launch an offshore listing after being the first Vietnamese corporate to issue a global bond and syndicated loan in 2013.
Today we recognise the best deals from each of the main markets in the region.
Prospects for taking Vietnam’s top state-owned enterprise public remain mired in uncertainty, despite a looming deadline set by the government.
A handful of leading private-sector companies in Vietnam are poised to expand as the government looks to limit the role of the state in many sectors.
Recent moves by bureaucrats and politicians have local financiers hopeful that the government will limit state involvement in key sectors.
Hanoi-based real estate firm priced Vietnam’s first ever dollar bond from the corporate space despite investor scepticism towards the credit, sector and the nation’s macro conditions.
The Malaysian bank also hires two people for its Hong Kong and China sales team, names a new regional head of research and makes a move into Vietnam.
The world’s largest buyer of LNG sells the first euro bond from a South Korean corporate since June as Asian companies line up to take advantage of the lower borrowing costs on offer.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Country Awards for Achievement in the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and the frontier markets.
A consortium led by Warburg Pincus will spend an initial $200 million for a 20% stake in a property venture with Vingroup.