Neil Kell has resigned after just over one year at the post.
Hong Kong’s biggest telecommunications company looks to extend its debt-maturity profile and cut overall funding costs with its latest bond offering.
During the Hong Kong Sevens the action on the field is only eclipsed by the contest to win the best VIP box theme.
Demand was strong for the Australian petroleum refiner and distributor, with over 150 investors participating in the accelerated block.
Asia ex Japan G3 bond volume reaches a record high in 2015 YTD
The British bank is the latest institution to raise an inaugural additional tier-1 note, obtaining a whopping orderbook size of $22 billion from global accounts.
As worries mount over IP theft in China Nicholas Blank of Blackpeak explains how to protect your company.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
The renewable energy company attracted strong demand from investors.
FinanceAsia ranks the top investment banks for 35 of Asia's tycoons. Today, we look at those ranked 11 to 20, including Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi and the Keswick family.
Citi hires Catherine Cai as head of China investment banking from BofA ML. Cai replaces Roger Zhu at Citi.
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.
Hutchison Whampoa agrees to pay up to £10.25 billion for Telefonica's O2 and is in talks with sovereign wealth funds about offloading a stake of up to 30% in the UK mobile phone group.
Strong demand for auto glass supplier's Hong Kong IPO underscores the momentum driving Chinese valuations higher.
Pricing comes towards the bottom end of the range after investors view the company's dependence on Apple as a potential weakness rather than strength.
Nato’s former secretary-general, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, tells FinanceAsia what is needed for global security and stability.
The Indian export financial institution prices a $500 million bond aimed at funding climate change projects as regional investor familiarity towards the instrument improves.
The Asian airline leasing company targets US bond investors for the first time, with orderbooks touching $5.5 billion as global accounts rush for quality.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s head of Southeast Asia M&A, Axel Granger, has left the US bank after what looks like being a fairly active first quarter.
FinanceAsia's annual poll shows investors' pick of Asia's overall best managed company and the winners in each sector.
JP Morgan to provide €6.8 billion debt facility for ChemChina's purchase of Italian tyre maker Pirelli
Aaron Howell, who previously worked at Shell, Citi and Standard Chartered, has joined Rothschild in Singapore to oversee oil & gas-related M&A, ECM and DCM in Southeast Asia.
Bain Capital is set to take-private Japan Wind Development with management in a buyout worth about $80 million.
18 cornerstone investors have subscribed to $1.87 billion shares, representing more than 50% of the deal.
Asia ex Japan G3 bond volume breaks the $50 billion barrier for the first time on record
FinanceAsia's annual Best Managed Companies poll highlights investors' favourites in India, Singapore and Malaysia.
China’s first and largest online insurer will attract investors including CDH, Value Partners and Hillhouse in its first round of private financing.
Agricultural Bank of China completes the second part of a total Rmb80 billion capital-raising exercise; ICBC is expected to be next as banks beef up their balance sheets.
FinanceAsia's annual Best Managed Companies poll highlights investors' favourites in Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand.
Government agency removes Korean insurer's share price overhang at a time when the domestic interest rate cycle shows no sign of turning.
Cheung Kong Property sets an better-than-targeted all-in price on its new jumbo loan of just Libor plus 110bp as banks pile in.
Today we show the results for Greater China of FinanceAsia's annual Best Managed Companies poll.
The bulk of Asian corporate debt slated to mature in 2017 is from Chinese issuers, which are now perceived as facing the greatest challenge to obtain refinancing.
Healthcare operators have enjoyed strong valuations thanks to their growth throughout Southeast Asia, but pricing a company dedicated to outpatient services will be difficult.
Lu Ting, former economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, is among a group of industry veterans joining Huatai Securities in the firm’s run-up to a public listing in Hong Kong.
Korean camera module manufacturer Cowell e Holdings hopes to tempt investors to take a bite out of the apple with a comparably favourable valuation.
SOE debt, declining oil prices and trouble at a sovereign wealth fund have prompted foreign investor outflows and undermined Malaysia’s economic outlook.
Sindy Wan, Goldman Sachs’s head of consumer and retail investment banking head for Asia, has left the US bank.
Chinese regulators have been hands-off regarding internet finance platforms, but Ant Financial’s expected IPO could change that.
The Chinese auto glass manufacturer is set to offer a chunky discount to its A shares thanks to a widening valuation gap between the Hong Kong and Chinese stock markets.
On March 18, 429 million Alibaba shares, or 18% of the company, become eligible for institutional investors to trade for the first time.
Ant Financial’s expected IPO a key moment for China’s financial reforms as it shows how fintech is upending the competitive landscape for traditional lenders, both private and state-owned.
While success could clear the way for other Chinese brokers, GF Securities needs to get the discount to its A shares right.
The growth of Alibaba’s financial services arm highlights a burgeoning sector in China hungry for capital: fintech
Petronas Nasional completes largest G3 bond from Malaysia on record
Global DCM realm continues to diversify, with debut dollar deals dwindling and maiden renminbi and euro offerings rising to record levels, according to Dealogic data.
The Malaysian bank has named Tigor Siahaan president director of its Indonesian unit CIMB Niaga, hiring him away from Citigroup.
The Korean conglomerate buys KT Rental, Korea's largest rental car company for $906 million.
Hong Kong's second-largest broadband provider ended its market debut flat, which may dissuade issuers from coming to market near-term.