Investment and consumer finance company extends maturity profile through exchange and new bond offering.
The bank joins a quartet of green bond issuers from the Indian financial sector as Asian investors brace themselves for a deluge of deals.
The historically media-shy Chinese logistics giant is looking to fast-track its way onto the market with the help of a Shenzhen-listed rare earth metals firm.
The group intends to inject the bulk of the Australian industrial properties it acquired from the takeover of Australand into a new real estate investment trust in Singapore.
Finance industry figures heard from senior Bangladeshi officials at FinanceAsia's 4th Bangladesh Investment Summit at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Hong Kong.
The listing of Lotte Group’s retail, hospitality and entertainment business comes amid an intensified power struggle between the two sons of founder Shin Kyuk-ho.
At a roundtable in Sydney, fund managers and financiers talk to NSW Treasurer Gladys Berejiklian about public-private collaboration on infrastructure.
BOC Aviation completes the third largest IPO globally in 2016 YTD
Chinese car firm takes green bond market to new stage of development with an inaugural bond financing the development of an environmentally friendly black cab.
In spite of signs of investor demand, default worries continue to stalk China's high-yield property sector, FinanceAsia's 5th Borrowers and Investors conference heard.
Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
Tony Xia paid £60 million for the under-achieving English football club, adding another deal to what looks set to be a record year for China outbound M&A.
Bangladesh's finance minister, Abul Maal Abdul Muhith, discusses the country's plans to finance its ambitious growth targets.
Policy bank completes its largest ever international bond offering as it prepares to play a leading role in the restructuring of Korea's ailing shipbuilding industry.
Shareholders including two controlled by CVC Capital Partners sold shares in Indonesia’s largest shopping mall operator on the back of strong operational figures.
Shenzhen-listed Midea is looking to apply German technology to China’s growing struggle with rising labour costs and an ageing population.
Deutsche Bank said on Wednesday it had hired Frank Fang as head of corporate banking for China, filling a post vacated by Anthony Lin who left for Bank of America in October.
Luo joins the European-headquartered private equity firm from rival Blackstone.
A new wave of panda bonds are expected in June as the first Eastern European and first non-investment grade issuer make final preparations to enter China's onshore market.
As Hong Kong holds a major summit on One Belt One Road, FinanceAsia examines progress on Beijing’s ambitious regional investment blueprint.
FinanceAsia announces the winners of its country awards for domestic banks in Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Canadian financial group becomes the first foreign insurer to issuer Tier 2 debt in Singapore dollars, adding to last week's flurry of bank capital deals.
The inaugural FinanceAsia Bond Investor Survey, sponsored by HSBC and S&P Global Ratings, reveals the growing scale and confidence of the region’s credit markets and investors.
FinanceAsia announces the winners of its country awards for domestic banks in India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan and the Philippines.
The June listing of the power producer could be Indonesia's biggest IPO since early 2011.
Yi Huiman, president of ICBC, is set to replace retiring chairman Jiang Jianqing to take the helm of the world’s largest lender by assets.
The IPO of Bank of China’s aircraft leasing business will be closely watched as two other aircraft lessor IPOs also prepare to take off in Hong Kong later this year.
FinanceAsia is delighted to announce the winners of its country awards for domestic banks in Bangladesh, China and Hong Kong.
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Alibaba Pictures makes its first move into China’s growing cinema business by investing $150 million in convertible bonds issued by Guangdong Dadi Cinema Construction.
Manulife US Real Estate Investment Trust completes largest Singapore IPO in almost 2 years
The aircraft leasing unit of ICBC targets international expansion in the face of slowing growth at home.
National Australia Bank's S$450m bond is the latest in a barrage of subordinated deals for the city-state's yield-hungry investors.
JD Capital is the leading bidder, the latest sign of Chinese financial institutions looking to diversify overseas.
The Canadian financial services group prices Singapore's first pure-play US office real estate investment trust, giving the city's static IPO market a welcome boost.
United Overseas Bank and Societe Generale take advantage of Singapore's strong private banking bid to raise new capital at competitive levels.
The Beijing-based investment bank brings a tightly priced dollar-denominated bond as it starts building out its own international debt financing platform.
FinanceAsia continues its 20th anniversary celebration by honouring the outstanding corporations, by country and by sector, of the past two decades.
The Chinese state-owned utility returns to the international bond markets with a four-tranche sale, boosting its M&A warchest.
FinanceAsia celebrates its 20th anniversary by honouring the outstanding banks and financial institutions of the past two decades.
Co-founder and vice-chairman Liu Hong on the fast-growing firm’s global ambition to build an integrated media and telecommunications ecosystem.
Daniel Ng, who left China Merchants Securities (HK) last October, has returned to Bank of China International to head its investment banking division.
Good food and fine art come together at a Michelin-starred restaurant in Hong Kong that offers a feast for the senses and stomach.
A trio of benchmark issues are expected this week as falling US Treasury yields underpin credit spreads.
The $1.5 billion cash-and-share deal is part of LeEco's plan for a fully-connected ecosystem of content and formally ends any prospect of a separate Le Vision Pictures IPO.
The country goes to the polls Monday to elect a new president. Bankers, investors and executives have reason to be nervous.
Both the equity capital markets and G3 bond markets experienced a lull this week.
The Swiss bank has named Damien Brosnan and Peihao Huang as Asia co-heads of ECM Solutions in a move that combines equity origination and syndication at the top level.
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