Chinese online fashion retailer capitalises on soaring stock price to issue the biggest convertible bond of the year so far.
Despite Alibaba’s recent bid for AutoNavi, M&A specialists expect fewer Chinese companies to leave the US after share prices surged in 2013.
Suzhou-based solar company capitalises on its spectacular share price performance to raise up to $265 million from combined equity and convertible bond offering.
Former Julius Baer and BoA Merrill private banker Michael Benz is set to join Standard Chartered.
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The head of Europe's rescue fund, Klaus Regling, argues that the response to the eurozone crisis is bearing fruit.
Post-crisis financial reforms have shaken up the global financial industry but to what effect? Regulators met at the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong and discussed their response.
The NYSE-listed multiline property and casualty insurer agreed to buy Siam Commercial Samaggi Insurance for about $185 million, the latest in a string of M&A deals in the sector.
The US bank's former co-head of investment banking for Asia-Pacific ex-Japan is in the process of re-locating to San Francisco for his new role. Penkin and Vella are promoted to co-heads of the regional financing group.
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The Fed has decided to reduce its monthly asset purchases, potentially triggering outflows from Asia once again but the region is much better prepared to withstand the turmoil this time round.
Foreign exchange is the last unregulated asset class, but that is starting to change, with major implications for banks, brokers and investors.
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Hannah Malter is joining UBS’s equity syndicate team for the Americas as the bank aims to put more focus on Latin America.