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Olivier de Grivel has been promoted to co-head of global financial institutionals group at HSBC and heads the team with Brian Heyworth.
'Flash Boys', a book about high-frequency trading, is certain to gain a wide audience in Asia as it is a growing phenomenon regulators in the region are playing close attention to.
Can the world’s largest pork company secure premium pricing for its landmark deal?
The provider of IT professional education services in China priced its $137.7 million Nasdaq IPO in the middle of its pricing range at $9 per American Depositary Share.
Former US diplomat Nicholas Burns discusses geopolitics and the threats to globalisation in North Asia.
Barclays and CDB’s agreement to work together in Africa illustrates Chinese banks’ eagerness to expand across the continent.
Mining billionaire and Ivanhoe founder Robert Friedland is rubbing his hands with glee at the prospect of a greener economy in Asia, especially in China.
The audience of 500-plus portfolio managers at Credit Suisse’s annual Hong Kong event was bearish on property and the renminbi.
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.
North America has plenty of energy supplies but too little demand. Could Asian buyers be the answer?
The head of Europe's rescue fund, Klaus Regling, argues that the response to the eurozone crisis is bearing fruit.