Our annual fixed-income poll identifies the region's best borrowers, analysts, rating agencies and research houses. Part one of the results covers bank research.
The Korean power company raises funds at the lower end of the pricing range, making use of its newly obtained ratings upgrade from Moody’s.
India’s second largest bank sells a new 5.5-year note, pricing it inside its existing funding curve as global investors continue to ride on Modi-fueled enthusiasm.
Hong Kong completes the fourth largest G3 global Islamic bond so far this year.
Private banks are targeting Asia’s ultra-wealthy but they face rising costs and stricter regulations.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
The special administrative region launches its first Islamic bond, pricing the AAA-rated sukuk at the tightest levels ever seen from any Asia ex-Japan issuer.
The region is set for huge HNWI growth.
The German bank’s asset and wealth management arm has appointed Henry Wong as the head of Asia fixed income for Asia Pacific.
Scott Paul will head the Japanese bank's pan-Asian sales effort as it bids to become the region's top financial group.
The Swiss private bank promotes Benjamin Cavalli to head up the Southeast Asian market, underscoring its goal to capture a larger wallet of the region’s ultra-wealthy.
Perusahaan Penerbit SBSN Indonesia III’s $1.5 billion bond pushes Indonesia G3 bond volume to YTD record high.
West China Cement refinances outstanding notes with a $400 million bond, making use of the still-low interest rate environment and diversifying the property-heavy high-yield space.
FinanceAsia names Indonesia's Bank Mandiri as 'Best Asian Bank' at our annual Country Awards dinner.