South Korean IPOs driving AeJ Equity Capital Markets this YTD
Deals over $1.0 billion priced this week in equity and debt capital markets.
Shockwaves around the world have made political analysis a must for investors in Asia. But is the really smart play to look beyond the short-term news flows and stick to fundamentals?
Tensions ahead of a poll in Korea; scandal in Malaysia; yet another vote in Britain – all reasons why political analysis is no longer an optional extra for fund managers.
Debt capital markets mark a recovery this week while equity capital markets remain down
Demand for Asian credit persists despite a more risk-averse climate, which saw $6 billion-worth of new bonds trade slightly below water in early secondary trade.
Both Asia equity and debt capital markets were at sluggish pace this week
Veteran banker Kenneth Lee is returning to the debt syndicate business, having been hired by Natixis to run its team in Asia.
China's Belt and Road initiative offers a huge opportunity for emerging economies. But to make the most of it, bond markets will need to step up.
Asia G3 DCM volume finishes the first quarter of 2017 strongly
The company turned its back on a Singapore IPO last year. It has now boosted its equity by turning to bond investors instead.
Globalisation has led to boom of cross-border investment in infrastructure development. But it has also led to rising disputes about deals.
CEO Tidjane Thiam says the region’s top broker is cutting jobs at a time when investors are slashing commissions ahead of MiFID II and e-trading is on the rise.
The conclusion of our Asia's Best Managed Companies survey, in which portfolio managers and buy-side analysts give their verdicts on the region's leading corporations.
Fourth Malaysian IPO priced this week