The Indonesian developer prices a debut dollar offering but credit research firm Lucror Analytics questions the legality of the instrument.
The property developer aims to raise up to $200m in an IPO after an attempt in 2013 was shelved due to a lack of demand.
Batara Sianturi will replace Tigor Siahaan who joined CIMB in March.
Indonesian car financing firm returns to the global debt markets with a vengeance, upsizing it from a reported $250 million as investors seek diversification away from China.
FinanceAsia's annual Best Managed Companies poll highlights investors' favourites in Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand.
The Malaysian bank has named Tigor Siahaan president director of its Indonesian unit CIMB Niaga, hiring him away from Citigroup.
The success of the Indonesian hospital owner and operator's deal shows investors still favour healthcare stocks despite premium valuations.
The Southeast Asian nation’s bond issuance sputters back to life but only for selected borrowers as they battle with the ever-evolving local regulatory environment.
The country is seeking $7 billion from foreign investors to upgrade its ports network, potentially a lucrative opportunity.
The Indonesian hospital operator is looking to raise up to $369 million from the flotation. If successful, it will be the country's first IPO this year, and the largest ECM transaction.
Jakob Friis Sorensen, president director of Maersk Line Indonesia, talks to FinanceAsia about the vital expansion of the country's ports.
Solusi Tunas Pratama is the second Indonesian tower operator to sell a dollar note in just over a week as the sector continues to consolidate.
The Indonesian oil and gas company re-tweaks its capital expenditure plans and mulls cheap Singapore dollar bond as lower oil prices threaten profitability
The Indonesian telecoms infrastructure provider launches a $350 million bond, returning to Asia’s debt markets for the first time in two years.
Southeast Asia’s largest economy is unlikely to see a V-shape recovery. Instead, it’s going to take a year or two before its economic policies bear fruit, says the IMF.