Australian real-estate loan volumes hit rock bottom this week, while Indonesian syndicated loans are down 37%, despite Charoen Pokphand Indonesia securing $320 mln.
Consumer goods company launches only the second $100 million-plus initial public offering of the year from Indonesia.
Asian companies must spend more and introduce plans to protect themselves against increasingly active cyber criminals, according to Singapore's former cyber security head.
Indonesia's family fortunes haven't necessarily sprung from its abundant natural resources but from the goods and services sector catering to a burgeoning consumer class.
Jakarta must encourage greater development of Indonesia's domestic bond market if it is to finance its ambitious infrastructure programme.
One of Indonesia's leading infrastructure experts discusses the country's progress in financing its massive infrastructure programme.
Government and multilateral-owned infrastructure financing arm hopes to boost its asset base by raising funds from the international bond market.
US tobacco maker Philip Morris sells 5.7% stake in the Indonesian company, raising $1.4 billion and equating to an annualized return of 37.3%.
Philip Morris is obliged to offload part of its stake in its Indonesian unit before the nation's new free-float requirements come into effect in early 2016.
A slew of equity issuers rev up transactions in the hope that glimmers of improving sentiment help sustain a stock market rebound.
Sovereign makes its second foray into euros to extend its maturity curve and diversify investor base.
Few pricing concessions from Chinese borrowers in a crowded market.
Successful completion of deal by Singapore-listed company may herald a more active M&A strategy as it diversifies away from auto business.
The exodus of funds from China’s stock market could hurt investor confidence across Asia and is likely to slow the pace of liberalisation in China, says DBS's Piyush Gupta.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Country Awards for international banks. Day Two covers India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan and the Philippines.