Canadian financial services group postpones flotation as markets get the better of it.
The securities regulator, turning off the IPO spigot for the ninth time, said it will continue to review listings applications but there will be no IPOs "in the near future".
Hyundai Motor's advertising agency shrugs off poor market conditions to price its initial public offering near the middle of its targeted range.
Hamish Whitehead has left Deutsche Bank to join Citi as a managing director for equity capital markets origination in Australia, where the bank is building out the franchise.
Twenty one Chinese brokerages will invest an aggregate $19.3b in an exchange-traded market stabilisation fund amid steep declines on mainland bourses.
Liping Zhang fills the post at the US private equity firm made vacant by Antony Leung's move to Nan Fung.
Asia ex Japan ECM and G3 DCM at highest 1H volume on record
Homegrown DBS Private Bank is still on the lookout for acquisitions in Asia, having integrated Société Générale's Asian private banking business.
The private obstetrics and gynaecology hospital group's listing on the Hong Kong bourse priced at the very top of the range despite market turbulence.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
ANZ's newly appointed global head of corporate advisory Martin Hanrahan seeks to bank rising Asian companies from Fosun to Beijing Capital.
Dalian Wanda IPO cornerstone investor kicks its holdings into touch with a $369.4 million placement.
Jim Rothenberg, chairman of Capital Group Companies, which manages more than $1.4 trillion of assets, tells FinanceAsia M&A is lifting stocks.
Martin Siah will fill dual roles for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, joining as head of Singapore investment banking and head of Asia real estate investment banking.
The Chinese healthcare leasing business and healthcare service provider prices shares towards the middle of the range amid intensifying Greek drama.
In this Q&A, Standard & Poor's discusses what the default of Kaisa means for bondholders in China generally and what is next for the property developer.
Canadian financial services group ploughs on with Singapore Reit IPO as rallying Treasury market provides a much-needed spur in very difficult market conditions.
The FinanceAsia newsletter will take a break on July 1 due to a public holiday. It will return on July 2.
The Swiss bank names Matthew Rule head of investment products and services in Asia Pacific, with Andrew Williamson stepping in as new head of client coverage.
Exchanges are hurriedly refining Stock Connect but investors and bankers urge more reform before the trading link can be easily used as a bridge into mainland China.
PBoC cuts interest rates after Shanghai’s benchmark index flirts with bear market territory. New users of Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect caught in market whiplash.
Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has likely followed through on a pledge to sign a decree lifting limits on foreign stock ownership.
Chris Gammons and Alex To have been appointed co-heads of Asia-Pacific investment banking.
FIG is the leading sector for both equity capital markets and debt capital markets in 2015 YTD
Mongolia becomes the second non-Chinese sovereign after the UK to issue dim sum bonds as it embarks on a new foreign fundraising programme.
Citi names Anand Selvakesari head of consumer banking for Asia as Stephen Bird, the new global head of consumer banking, forms his team.
High valuation compared to much larger peers pushes pricing below range. Domestic investors made up the bulk of the deal.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Evelyne Collin joined Société Générale in 1986 and was most recently the deputy head of corporate commodity and trade finance in Paris.
Emerging markets bank sells 360 million shares in the mainland distressed debt manager just as Greece and its creditors reject revised plans for a debt deal.
King joins as Asia-Pacific capital markets head as the Japanese firm expands footprint in Asia. Brings in former RBS colleague Kennis Wong.
Bank of China traverses the globe with a multi-currency bond in support of China's One Belt One Road initiative.
Former Bank of America Merrill Lynch M&A banker Axel Granger joins investment banking advisory firm Evercore as a Singapore-based managing director.
Korea's most active issuer takes advantage of a potentially temporary interval in the Greek debt drama to raise $1 billion in fresh funds.
Asian telco returns to the international bond markets for the first time in three years with a deal priced flat to fair value.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Country Awards for International Banks. Day Three covers Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Big order book but aggressive pricing for Chinese tech group.
Retail investors get the largest allocation of paper in Guotai Junan's flotation on the back of strong oversubscription ratios.
A conference in Hong Kong looks at how practices in the Philippines could be improved to make it easier for companies to list on the local stock exchange.
Ahead of an election year and a likely US rate hike the Philippines is leaning on local debt and mulling a sukuk, says National Treasurer Roberto Tan.
Another day another Chinese brokerage as Guolian Securities launches its Hong Kong flotation and offers a compelling valuation to stand out from a crowded field.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Country Awards for international banks. Day Two covers India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan and the Philippines.
Rishi Jalan transfers from India to HK as Citi seeks to tap into more deal flow from Asia's mushrooming debt markets.
A throat lozenges manufacturer, a brokerage and a private obstetrics and gynaecology hospital group are all seeking to float shares in Hong Kong.
Citi's commercial bank in Asia-Pacific is capitalising on a growing desire among clients to tap bond, loan and equity markets.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Country Awards for International Banks. Day One covers Bangladesh, China and Hong Kong.
The high level S&ED tries to keep US-China ties — arguably the most important bilateral relationship in the world — on a relatively even keel.
The IPOs of Legend Holdings and Red Star Macalline last week defied plummeting A-shares to price at the top, as books opened for Universal Medical's HK float.
Guotai Junan Securities’ completes the largest IPO globally in 2015 YTD
Strong demand allows the Chinese travel agent to boost the deal-size, although there was some price sensitivity for the 10-year note.