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.
FinanceAsia's 14th annual poll, which looks to determine Asia's best companies as voted by investors and analysts. Day two covers Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand.
The Indonesian coal miner tells FinanceAsia that the plunging coal price is manageable with a tweak to operations.
From humble beginnings the Indonesian taxi firm’s goal is to expand its fleet to beyond 30,000 during the next few years. But a planned IPO remains elusive.
The consumer group controlled by the Salim family wants to expand as more Indonesians seek to shop at modern convenience stores and choose branded food items.
TPG Capital’s Asia co-heads Ben Gray and Tim Dattels talk to FinanceAsia about their plans for 2014 and why China and India are looking attractive for investment.
Both equity and debt capital markets are off to a strong start in 2014.
Both deals received whopping responses from investors pleased with Indonesia’s generous offering for its largest-ever bond and Kexim’s return to capital markets, riding on Korea’s safe haven status.
This year could be a tumultuous one for Indonesia and the country’s beleaguered currency is expected to come in for a buffeting whatever happens.