Pace picks up in equity and debt capital markets on second week of 2017.
The German bank picks David Lynne and James Boyle to run its markets team in the region, as Michael Ormaechea steps down to spend more time with his family.
CEO Janice Lee talks about battling cable cutters and pirates while turbo-charging a regional rollout of hot new media technology OTT via M&A. Local rival TVB meanwhile gives up.
We explain in detail why the winning institutions from across the region stood out.
Japanese investment bank makes new appointments for prime finance and equity sales trading teams.
Chao Li, most recently head of greater China bond syndicate, has been with the firm for more than four years.
Flurry of IPO activity in Asia (ex Japan) this week (13 IPO and six follow-on).
Trade sales, secondaries, dividend recaps and other creative exits gain traction as funds struggle to exit a build up of investments in China.
Asia Pacific (ex Japan) Retail Sector ECM Sets New YTD Record.
It’s been a tough 2016. After a year of job cuts, political earthquakes and market uncertainty, we offer fun to look forward to in the year ahead
China Leisure & Recreation ECM volume at highest level on record
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.
Emmanuel Lefort, dubbed the 'architecht of the French banks structured credit business worldwide, takes over as Serge Ekué relocates to London.
Kate Richdale and Andrea Vella talk about how they are reshaping the firm, the thinking behind recent layoffs and their top insights into 2017 corporate finance trends.
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.