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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Yadea Group could be the first pure-play electronic vehicle manufacturer listed in Hong Kong and provides some welcome diversity for investors after a rush of financial IPOs.
The private equity firm has sold the Chinese education counsellor Education International Corporation instead of conducting an IPO.
Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
Citi’s retiring head of Southeast Asia, Michael Zink, shares key insights he picked up in a 28-year-career that saw him work across the world.
The British bank has promoted Aaron Gwak as issuance starts to pick up again in the Asean bloc.
A new municipal-linked borrower makes its offshore debut with a popular deal.
The Chinese peer-to-peer lender postponed a private funding round that was due to complete in March after the industry was rocked by a Ponzi scandal.
One of the US bank's most senior bankers in Asia is returning to the UK to help clients with cross-border deals just as Chinese buyers ramp up their interest in Europe.
Kelvin Leung, a member of Credit Suisse’s Asia ex-Japan equity syndicate team, has left after nine years at the Swiss bank.
Investors looking for yield are once more setting their sights on emerging markets, with China equities looking attractive, according to Wayne Bowers of Northern Trust AM.
The supply chain manager responded to calls to focus on its core businesses, selling a healthcare and consumer arm for $350m to conglomerate Dah Chong Hong.
Swiss private lender puts its money where its mouth is after predicting growing wealth for high net worth investors in the Philippines and Thailand last year.
Canadian financial services group decided to press ahead with the listing of its US office portfolio in Singapore and is hoping for a second-time success.
China's financial sector has been a focus of Xi Jinping's attempt to crack down on graft. As three Citic Securities executives are arrested, we list those caught up.
Part state-owned China Molybdenum’s purchase of niobium and phosphate businesses from Anglo American for $1.5 billion could herald fresh Chinese mining M&A boom.
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The US insurance giant executed its third selldown in the non-life insurance arm of PICC in Asia's largest block trade so far this year.
Gupte succeeds Michael Zink who is retiring after 28 years at Citi.
The West Java-based company started gauging market demand for a potential listing and could be the country’s first public-listed independent power producer.
Huawei Investment & Holding completes largest unrated G3 bond in Asia (ex Japan) on record
The Hong Kong-listed aircraft leading company steps up its international expansion with a debut international bond.
The Chinese property developer has agreed to acquire a further 17.28% stake in Shengjing Bank, continuing its buying spree in the face of mounting debt.
Huawei says it wants to "build a better connected world". The pricing of its latest dollar bonds should help re-build confidence among Asian G3 investors.
Enoch Tsui of Ping An Puhui discusses hot topics including China’s economic transformation and inclusive finance.
Norwegian drilling contractor Seadrill ends its equity ownership in Malaysia's largest oil and gas company but remains a strategic partner.
The country has made huge strides expanding its power generating capacity. Now it needs to address weaknesses in its transmission and distribution system.
As PSBC prepares for a $7-8 billion IPO in late 2016 challenges are manifold, including attracting mainland investors while China is clamping down on money flowing offshore.
Panelists at the Bangladesh Investment Forum were optimistic about the outlook for the country’s capital markets but their hopes are likely to take years to be realised.
Citi has appointed Christine Lam as its country officer for China. She replaces Andrew Au, who is retiring, the US bank announced on Tuesday.
The record round of private funding values the Alibaba-backed company at almost $60 billion and sets a benchmark ahead of its highly anticipated but yet to be announced IPO.
The transaction came as a surprise to the market since the Korean messaging app operator announced another domestic deal earlier this month.
The upcoming initial public offering of Bank of China’s aircraft leasing business could help to establish a whole new asset class in Asia.
Reception to Chinese oil major shows investors still like some energy-related names.
S&P looks at the outlook for China's SOEs in light of its recent decision to put the country's sovereign rating on negative outlook.
The Chinese investment bank has won regulatory approval to set up a joint venture securities company based in Shanghai.
Malaysia’s largest bank brings the country’s first dollar-denominated Basel III compliant offering.
FinanceAsia is pleased to reveal Japan's leading financial institutions and deal makers.
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The telecom carrier faces multiple operational risks including ongoing tax litigation, rising costs and growing competition.
Mainland securities houses are snagging a growing share of IPO business.
Li Ka-shing's HK Electric hopes scarcity value will compensate for aggressive pricing.
World's fifth largest aircraft operating lessor returns to the international bond markets with a new deal ahead of its prospective Hong Kong Stock Exchange listing.
Two of China's most well-known and successful international companies are planning international bond deals.