Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
As we celebrate our 20th anniversary, FinanceAsia looks back over the past two decades and ponders what the next 20 years could bring.
Power producer shows that the high-yield bond markets are very much open for Indonesian credits after securing a very large order book for a tightly priced deal.
Chinese-Indonesian conglomerate raised $125m from secondary selldown of shares in Matahari Department Store, potentially creating an overhang for the remainder of its shares.
Indonesian bank dominates competition with its prudent, sensible approach.
The Indonesian power producer hits the road ahead of bond refinancing plan.
Indonesia’s sovereign credit rating does not reflect the country's progress since the Asian Financial Crisis, says Credit Suisse’s Asia Pacific CEO.
The privately-owned Indonesian gas supplier kicks off a $75 million IPO on the back of Indonesian stock rally.
FinanceAsia is pleased to reveal the detailed rationale for the winners of its Country Awards for Best Private Bank 2016.
From government officials to fund managers, Indonesia's great and good are becoming increasingly excited about the impact of the tax amnesty.
Heavy use of cornerstone investors make it difficult for institutional investors to do proper valuation work says Canada Pension Plan Investment Board president Mark Machin.
The funds are betting that use of the bike-ride hailing app will accelerate as Indonesia’s population embraces mobile phones.
The Indonesian developer returned to the bond markets this week, after an earlier debt exchange proved a flop. That previous failure turned out to be a blessing.