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.
The Indonesian and Indian elections have produced contrasting outcomes for foreign investors.
The Indonesian state-owned oil and gas company sold a 30-year note, achieving the tightest spreads on record compared to the sovereign.
The Indonesian gas-to-power group is set to announce $21 million in top-up investments as early as this week to build power generators.
After a surprisingly strong start to 2014, the elections in India and Indonesia have seen both currencies return to poor form.
FWD Group’s newly appointed CEO Huynh Thanh Phong talks to FinanceAsia about how he is turning entrepreneur Richard Li’s vision of a pan-Asian insurer into a reality
Kunardy D Lie has moved from Citi to the German bank as country head, while Gioshia Ralie replaces him at the US bank in an internal move.
Independent oil and gas company MIE and Indonesian textile maker Sritex tap high-yield investors looking to diversify away from the Chinese property sector.
Ming Lu, head of the private equity group for the region, tells FinanceAsia that finding talent is tough but attitudes have changed.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Indonesian garment manufacturer Sritex embarks on an investor roadshow, following developer Lippo Karawaci in issuing a dollar bond.