Malie Conway and Ranjiv Mann of Rogge Global Partners discuss why US rates could peak sooner than projected as the Fed pursues its 'dot plot'.
John Kay, author of Other People’s Money, says industry structure and incentives must lead to new generation of specialist firms.
The veteran dealmaker tells FinanceAsia local expertise is key after his fund agrees to jointly buy German machinery maker KraussMaffei for $1 billion.
Russia’s VTB has installed Pavel Ananenko as Shanghai branch manager and inked a cooperation agreement with CCB as Russia-China commerce gains traction.
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Quinn succeeds Simon Cooper who has joined Standard Chartered.
In an exclusive interview, Citic Securities’s John Sun explains how the firm is expanding in London to offer European investors more access to offshore renminbi products and Asian dollar debt.
The perpetual tier-1 bond issue by Julius Baer in mid-November marks the latest example of European banks seeking Asian investor support to secure cornerstone capital bond issues.
With the internationalisation of the renminbi, more Chinese banks are becoming considered 'globally systematically important'.
Russia and China are steadily forging the financial infrastructure needed for greater cross-border investment. But there is still a long way to go for the two neighbours.
IMF chief recommends the currency joins its Special Drawing Rights basket, ahead of executive board meeting, paving the way for its adoption as a global reserve currency.
Carlyle-backed outdoor advertising company set to become the first Chinese company to de-list from the US and re-list on the A-share market through a reverse takeover.
China's central bank unveils landmark deal as it plans to tap the offshore bond market for the first time in its 67-year history.
FinanceAsia and Clifford Chance welcome the participation of Asia-Pacific financial professionals on the future of regional M&A.
At a packed Moscow conference, the Russian president slammed the US over lack of military cooperation in Syria and said the country’s economy is starting to stabilise.