The retirement of Larry Kantor triggers the promotion of Asia research head Jon Scoffin to global fixed income and equity research co-head, together with Jeff Meli.
Don and Mera Rubell visited 100 studios in China in search of works for the Rubell Family Collection, now on loan to the Asian Arts Museum in San Francisco.
Jim Rothenberg, chairman of Capital Group Companies, which manages more than $1.4 trillion of assets, tells FinanceAsia M&A is lifting stocks.
Canadian financial services group ploughs on with Singapore Reit IPO as rallying Treasury market provides a much-needed spur in very difficult market conditions.
Rapprochement will continue at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in June and the BRICS Summit in the Russian city of Ufa in July says VTB Bank's deputy chairman.
Canadian financial services group hopes to allay concerns about the impact of rising US interest rates on the S-Reit sector.
The ex-Fed chairman said hackers were near the top of his list of threats to the health of the global financial system and that the US central bank was breached many times.
Bank of Communications agrees to buy 80% of Banco BBM in an all-cash deal, coinciding with Li Keqiang’s visit to Brazil.
Andreas Utermann, CIO at Allianz Global Investors, argues global bond markets will remain in unchartered territory despite any Fed rate increase this year.
Stock market darling raises $1.2 billion from a top up placement to mollify the rating agencies and fund the purchase of a US insurer.
Upcoming webinar will examine how China's economic slowdown will affect the corporate, financial, property and debt segments.
Citigroup’s head of Asia Pacific is moving to New York to lead consumer banking globally according to an internal memo.
Nato’s former secretary-general, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, tells FinanceAsia what is needed for global security and stability.
Global DCM realm continues to diversify, with debut dollar deals dwindling and maiden renminbi and euro offerings rising to record levels, according to Dealogic data.
Cowell, the camera module manufacturer hopes its listing will benefit from the strong share price momentum driving Apple and its Asian component suppliers.