Jaka Prasetya hired to lead Indonesia coverage as part of a push to beef up its Southeast Asia team.
Indonesia and Thailand, Asean’s two biggest economies by GDP, officially have new leaders. Both countries are in need of a spark.
Singapore's EZRA Holdings sets sail with plans to raise up to $250 million from a domestic offering of shares in associate company EOC Ltd.
The Indonesian miner blames adverse market conditions, but poor corporate governance, weak covenants and soft coal prices all played a role too.
Indonesian oil and gas producer postpones Singapore IPO to await better market conditions.
Blackstone and Tamarind talk to FinanceAsia about M&A openings created by North American oil & gas giants retreating from the region.
Demand strong for the Indonesian meat processor and dairy farmer, with investors keen on the underlying story. The company aims to raise S$248.1 million.
The Indonesian property developer sold a $190 million bond, fulfilling its plan to cut overall funding costs and extend its debt maturity profile.
There are signs the incoming Indonesian government will work more closely with foreign groups who have been hit hard by taxes on mineral exports.
Indonesian group hopes to become Southeast Asia's largest energy company on the Singapore Stock Exchange.
Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has officially won the election but business, the markets and foreign investors might have to wait a bit longer for clarity.
But a polarised political climate means the country — and foreign investors — might get mired in the controversy of ObamaCare rather than lifted by the hope of “Yes we can”.
The Southeast Asian sovereign attains a record-breaking order book with its first euro bond in an effort to diversify funding and establish a benchmark.
Why FinanceAsia editors chose the award-winners. Day 3 covers India, Indonesia and Thailand.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Country Awards for Achievement for India, Indonesia and Thailand.