A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
China's Dalian Wanda has acquired Florida-based World Triathlon, owner of the popular Ironman brand, as part of an aggressive overseas diversification programme.
HDFC takes home top honours at FinanceAsia's awards dinner at the Ritz Carlton in Hong Kong on Thursday evening.
Bank of China (Hong Kong)'s sale of Nanyang Commercial Bank attracted only one bidder while Tesco's sale of Homeplus is still in the works.
Westpac hires RBS banker to boost Asian debt capital markets team.
China investigates country’s largest securities houses and detains high-ranking official at Citic Securities after market rout.
Azhar Zabidi leaves BofA Merrill Lynch Malaysia to head the regulator's marketing unit with a remit to boost the country's capital market profile.
Mainland ECM bankers are having a tough time because the stock market plunge has stalled many prospective secondary deals.
China has launched a three-month nationwide campaign against underground banks to crack down on money laundering and stem illegal capital flows in and out of the country.
In line with Beijing's push for domestic innovation, the pharmaceutical firm aims to quintuple its product portfolio through in-house R&D and strategic acquisitions.
Peter Szekely, head of debt capital markets for Hong Kong, resigns from the bank while ex-StanChart banker Tammy Leung joins Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Amid rising wealth creation, private banks are looking to service family offices such as Joseph Tsai's but face disintermediation from them as well.
Indian government defies its stock market's worst trading day in more than six years to raise $1.4 billion from the sale of a 10% stake in Indian Oil Corporation.
New bond and stock issuance could be among the casualties after shares in Shanghai suffered their worst daily decline in eight years.
Another Chinese state-owned enterprise is targeting a Hong Kong listing as the government moves to introduce private capital to enhance efficiency.
The British bank has promoted Alex Aram to head its credit trading desk for Asia as it unifies high-yield, investment grade and distressed debt under one umbrella.
The relaxation of rules governing joint venture ownership of mainland brokerages is limited to a few municipalities but allows HK and Macau brokers to hold control positions.
The departure of the co-head of corporate banking and securities in Asia-Pacific will add to the vacuum created by gaps in senior management in the region.
China Renaissance appoints ex-JP Morgan banker Jeremy Choy co-head of M&A alongside Lixing Wang.
Beijing Originwater Technology completes second largest Utility & Energy ECM deal in Asia ex-Japan in 2015 YTD.
Chinese brokerage ignores weakening Asian credit markets to bring a debut credit-enhanced bond.
A breakdown in talks with prospective investor Singapore Airlines has prompted the low-cost airline to move forward quickly with the IPO to expand its business.
The British bank's PE arm and others have invested $207 million in the P2P lender as the fast-growing industry struggles to come to terms with a clampdown by regulators.
The Philippines' largest power producer jumps into the perpetual bond market one day after ICTSI but ends up paying a much higher new issue premium.
China's bond market has gained favour this year with smaller, speculative-grade developers due to lower funding costs and market diversity.
Sotheby’s’ gallery in Hong Kong showcases rare treasures from Dr S Y Yip’s Ming-era collection.
Liu Jun will replace Xu Gang at the helm of Citic Securities' brokerage business and remain in charge of asset management.
Philippine container terminal operator brings well-timed second perpetual of the year ahead of the early autumn rush and potential interest rate volatility.
JP Morgan's Jing Ulrich is recognised by FinanceAsia for promotion of the China Global Summit and deftly advising the bank's top-tier clients.
China's fifth largest lender taps the dollar and euro-denominated bond markets with a more attractive new issue premium than its last foray in July.
The yuan's devaluation will likely push more Chinese companies to hedge their foreign exchange positions and look to onshore bond markets for funding.
In an upcoming webinar, global information services provider Experian examines the impact of cyber fraud and measures to protect customer trust and prevent snowballing costs.
Following the announcement of FinanceAsia's Best Private Bank award winners earlier this month, our judges make their case.
Jeanette Wong is featured in our series on influential women in the region's financial centres for her work as head of DBS's institutional banking group.
Hong Kong-based Chong Hing Bank launches rights issue as its parent seeks to turn it into a major financial services provider in Guangdong province.
The US bank is betting on the government’s efforts to kick-start consumption.
The Chinese investment bank takes on Diva Hon as an executive director in its ECM team following a reshuffle sparked by the departure of Lisa Lim earlier this year.
Standard Chartered appoints Enoch Tan as head of ultra high net business for Asean as Asia becomes home to the world's fastest growing population of super rich.
Yang Kaisheng says recent regulation of internet finance will help innovation in China.
Wilfred Sit, chief investment officer for Asia at Baring Asset Management, shares his thoughts about post-crash opportunities on the A-share market.
HSBC's chief executive for Greater China helped establish the lender as the largest foreign bank on the mainland.
China G3 DCM volume at the highest YTD level on record.
The first female chief executive of BOCI has helped the bank build a more extensive network onshore and offshore.
Michael Bevan replaces Lindsay Chu, who moved to Nomura.
The private equity firm has hired Steve Lim at a time when buyouts are mushrooming in Korea.
Swiss private bank Julius Baer continues regional expansion with appointment of Lee as Asia head.
Standard & Poor's looks at the motives behind the PBoC's rate adjustment and reasons that a more flexible exchange rate could help prevent risks to the sovereign credit rating.
The deputy secretary general of Thailand's SEC is featured in our series on influential women in finance for her role in developing the country's capital markets.