After his election as president of the United States, Donald Trump looks all but guaranteed to usher in a period of uncertainty. As 2017 dawns, FinanceAsia weighs up the risks.
Despite stabilising growth, a number of challenges cast a shadow over the prospects for credit worldwide. Rahul Ghosh of Moody's Investors Service discusses the outlook for 2017.
A skeptical take on the development of financial services isn't short of stinging criticism for the industry, but fund managers and asset owners would do well to heed its key message.
From job cuts in Asia's leading investment banks to political earthquakes from Europe to the Philippines, 2016 was not short of news.
Russia Direct Investment Fund and Japan Bank of International Cooperation will officially unveil the venture today. RDIF deputy CEO Konstantin Ryzhkov told FinanceAsia about its plans.
FinanceAsia's daily newsletter will resume on January 3, 2017. We hope you had a fulfilling 2016 and look forward to providing you with more insightful coverage in 2017.
In the second part of an exclusive interview, the Russian bank's Yuri Soloviev discusses M&A and the prospects for Russian listings on Asian markets.
In an exclusive interview, first deputy president and chairman Yuri Soloviev discusses how Russia's biggest investment bank is strengthening trade and investment links with Asia.
The acquisitive state-owned chemicals giant made the most of its increased profile in Europe, selling its first euro-denominated bond as it continues to work to finalise Syngenta deal.
Piyush Gupta, CEO of DBS, warns that uncertainty over Donald Trump’s policies will be a headache for Asian strategists — but the long-term impact on interest rates will be a boon for banks.
Donald Trump’s against-the-odds triumph in the US presidential election looks set to bring Asia’s bond market grinding to a halt as investors take a step back and funding costs rise.
Oaktree's distressed debt arm sees opportunities as financial markets gyrate in the wake of Donald Trump's 2016 US election victory.
Donald Trump will become the 45th president of the United States. As markets slump, we ask investors in Asia for their reactions.
China Oceanwide’s $2.7 billion bid for Genworth Financial continues a long line of Chinese and Japanese companies looking to snap up US insurers. Industry experts worry about regulatory snafus.
In the second of a two-part series, we look at how Lenovo founder Liu Chuanzhi's Legend Holdings is building its reputation beyond China, investing in companies such as WeWork.