The property firm returns to the dollar bond market this week, pulling off a deal it was forced to abandon in November. But unlike the last attempt, the company's latest bond sells under the radar.
CAR, KSK Mahanadi Power and Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Investment & Development of Vietnam feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for December 2 to 8.
FinanceAsia is pleased to present the final set of results from its 2016 fixed income poll.
The state-owned railway manufacturer sold its second convertible bond this year — but this time it made sure to reduce its currency risk.
Anticipating strong deal flow into next year, Swiss bank adds rainmaker for new post in M&A advisory business. It hopes outbound deal-making will make up for tepid capital markets.
Chinese regulators are toughening their stance on outbound M&A after a record year of deals.
Yunnan Energy and Zhenjiang Transportation managed to close dollar bonds this week. But as investors focused on the possibility of a US rate hike, they had to do so without big demand.
FinanceAsia is pleased to present the third set of results from its 2016 fixed income poll.
The co-CEO of newly-listed HK company tells FinanceAsia why he thinks VPower has an edge over some of its bigger rivals.
After impressing in Australia, James Arnold has been put in charge of the US bank’s Asia Pacific bond syndicate desk.
The deal will create an entity with $45 billion under management in Asia, but there are obstacles to integrating the businesses, note industry observers.
FinanceAsia is pleased to present further results from its 2016 fixed income poll.
Frontier markets prosper through offering uncertainty. But as Mr. Uncertainty prepares to occupy the White House, that might have less value.
The former ANZ banker will join the Singapore exchange early next year.
The Hong Kong-Shenzhen stock link got a tepid response on its first day. But there is reason to believe investors will see opportunities in China's answer to Silicon Valley.
FinanceAsia is pleased to present the first results from its 2016 fixed income poll.
Company launches the country's first international equity offering as the government's privatisation programme also kicks into gear.
The Australian lender names a 15-year veteran as head of its sustainable finance solutions team after six months as acting head.
Republic of Indonesia issues largest sovereign bond in Asia
Braving the post-Trump chill over the bond markets, the Jakarta government prepares for 2017 and likely Fed rate hike by raising $3.5 billion in a three-tranche offering.
Ease Treasure Investment, Hong Kong Broadband Network and AU Optronics feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for November 25 to December 1.
China’s foreign exchange regulator is clamping down on the ability of companies to move money offshore.
The acquisitive state-owned chemicals giant made the most of its increased profile in Europe, selling its first euro-denominated bond as it continues to work to finalise Syngenta deal.
From commodity prices to corporate debt, the new year — under a new US president — brings a host of concerns, writes Terry Chan of S&P Global Ratings.
The Chinese energy giant enjoyed a day to itself in Asia’s dollar bond market — and it certainly made the most of the attention.
Ian Brimecome, the most senior foreigner in the Japanese insurance industry, calls time on peers’ reckless foreign forays.
Ian Brimecome, the most senior foreigner in Japan's insurance industry, says companies like Tokio Marine must look beyond the numbers when it comes to deals overseas.
Piyush Gupta, CEO of DBS, warns that uncertainty over Donald Trump’s policies will be a headache for Asian strategists — but the long-term impact on interest rates will be a boon for banks.
The country’s 14th largest brokerage by net asset value hopes to achieve a valuation premium to its peers. The Shenzhen-HK stock connect scheme will help.
We honour the outstanding banks from across the region over the past 12 months.
The bank gives two senior bankers control of the capital markets division, reshaping the team as it tries to win more business linking Australia and Asia.
Ravi Karunanayake explains how Sri Lanka's government can boost growth as it develops a megalopolis around Colombo and a Chinese-leased port in Hambantota.
More than 200 compliance and legal professionals from across the region gathered at the Ritz-Carlton in Hong Kong on November 17 to discuss the latest trends in regulation.
Asia (ex Japan)’s G3 issuance at record high.
We honour the outstanding deals from across the region over the past 12 months.
The CEO of the country’s largest private sector bank applauds government plans to overhaul exchange control legislation, but is not happy with a proposed financial transactions tax.
Chinese travel giant hopes to grow its reach with purchase of Britain's Syscanner, a travel search engine with 60 million monthly users.
We looked at each country and picked the stand-out deal.
Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
Ray Chan is named Journalist of the Year - Investor Services and Technology at the prestigious State Street awards, while sister title AsianInvestor also scoops honours.
We created a case study describing a fictional billionaire and asked Asia’s top private banks to pitch him ideas. These two institutions impressed us most.
The Macau casino operator withstands a period of sharp volatility in the global bond markets to sell a $1.2 billion bond.
Writing a cheque to charity or getting one's name on a building is no longer enough. Philanthorpists are getting more ambitious – and that's a good thing.
Ping An Real Estate's debut $300 million bond tests demand for unrated credit, alongside Hong Kong lender Dah Sing Bank's aggressively priced tier-2 bond.
UPDATED: UBS lets veterans Paul Au and Patrick Liu go, reflecting a strategic shift in focus towards building a trading-oriented platform in the secondary markets.
Steel group takes advantage of strong share price performance to execute clean up trade.
Gas supplier opts to push ahead with deal in latest vote of confidence for Hong Kong’s stock market. More will follow as US election shockwaves continue to subside.
The diagnostics company takes a realistic approach to pricing as foreign investors turn net sellers across Southeast Asia.
Volatility after Donald Trump's election has sidelined many Asian bond issuers. Chinese issuers are the exception — and their impatience to raise funds is encouraging them to adopt some novel approaches.
Chinese issuers lead G3 issuance in Asia.