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.
Shanghai-listed glass manufacturer hopes to take advantage of strong momentum in its share price with a dual listing in Hong Kong, which will begin pre-marketing later this week.
Some banks will get you to the top faster. Banks with the youngest managing directors lead in terms of pay packages.
Simon Smiles, chief investment officer for ultra high net worth at UBS Wealth Management, is bullish on US stocks and bearish on emerging markets.
An upsized $600 million top up placement helps Li Ka-shing branch out into the UK railway sector and purchase Eversholt Rail from its private equity owners.
The international arm of China's State Grid Corporation looks set to bring welcome diversification to the European utilities sector with its debut euro-denominated bond deal.
Oscar Onyema, CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, led a delegation to Asian financial centres to promote the revamped market.
Flotation of Asia's first data centre Reit priced at top of range after attracting very strong institutional demand.
Asia's first prospective data centre Reit has been launched at a generous pick-up to locally-listed peers and domestic government bonds.
The structuring of the Keppel group's data centres asset into a Reit opens up a new investment class for Asian equity investors.
The UK government has begun the planned sale of its renminbi bond, the world’s first non-Chinese sovereign bond in the currency.
The Russian president pledges to refrain from capital controls while China’s Huawei and Fosun offer investment.
It was a case of open sesame for Alibaba's IPO investors, with the company making a strong debut on the New York Stock Exchange after significantly scaling back allocations in its $320 billion order book.