Melissa Ma of Asia Alternatives, one of the earliest fund of funds houses in Asia, is featured on FinanceAsia’s list of the region's most influential women bankers.
Asia ex-Japan healthcare ECM volume at year-to-date record high in 2015.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
FinanceAsia profiles Christina Ma, Goldman Sachs' head of China equities coverage and an early proponent of Stock Connect, who helped turn the idea into reality.
Christine Lam is one of the few women to have made it to the top in technology after becoming Citi’s head of operations and technology for Asia.
The retirement of Larry Kantor triggers the promotion of Asia research head Jon Scoffin to global fixed income and equity research co-head, together with Jeff Meli.
FinanceAsia's series continues with Stephanie Hui, head of Goldman Sachs merchant banking for Asia-Pacific ex-Japan.
The HK office continues to lose bankers with four more, including head of corporate finance for Asia Ronald Tam, leaving the firm.
China Railway Construction Corp’s $1.6 billion follow-on through bookrunners CICC and CITIC Securities is the largest deal this week.
Peter Guenthardt is now Bank of America Merrill Lynch's sole head of Asia-Pacific global capital markets after the departure of Jason Cox.
The British bank relocates Alexander Harrison to Singapore as it moves to grow corporate banking, having scaled back more capital intensive business lines in the region.
In our continuing series on the region's influential women in finance, FinanceAsia looks at ANZ's Cathryn Carver, responsible for key banking client relationships.
Chinese girl power and bank efforts to attract and retain a more diverse staff and leadership are slowly narrowing the gender gap in Asia.
China Railway Group priced Asia's largest construction ECM deal in 2015.