Banks and financial institutions from around the region are invited to pitch for our Country Awards for Achievements 2015.
The Australian bank has made 80 to 90 employees redundant across Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, India and Japan due to waning deal flow.
Two managing directors Richard Yang and Dai Qiang and a senior vice president Terry Zhi are vacating the firm.
Thanks to reverse inquiries from investors, the airline company is out with an unrated maiden US dollar bond just five months after its Singapore dollar debut.
The private equity real estate investor sees a further slide in mainland property prices, even as Beijing acts to prop up the market.
Hong Kong’s biggest telecommunications company looks to extend its debt-maturity profile and cut overall funding costs with its latest bond offering.
S&P spells out why government support of private banks in the Asia Pacific is critical and how even a modest diminution of support can have a negative rating impact.
Asia ex Japan G3 bond volume reaches a record high in 2015 YTD
The British bank is the latest institution to raise an inaugural additional tier-1 note, obtaining a whopping orderbook size of $22 billion from global accounts.
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Indonesian car financing firm returns to the global debt markets with a vengeance, upsizing it from a reported $250 million as investors seek diversification away from China.
The Asian airline leasing company targets US bond investors for the first time, with orderbooks touching $5.5 billion as global accounts rush for quality.
FinanceAsia's annual poll shows investors' pick of Asia's overall best managed company and the winners in each sector.
Asia ex Japan G3 bond volume breaks the $50 billion barrier for the first time on record