Goldman Sachs and HSBC continue to lead the 2014 YTD equity capital markets and debt capital markets bookrunner rankings, respectively.
The private equity firm raises HK$4.095 billion from the sale of 650 million secondary shares in the Chinese pharmaceuticals group.
The Chinese securities house looks to boost cross-border business by redefining executives’ responsibilities.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
China Huarong Asset Management has brought in eight strategic investors, including Goldman Sachs, Warburg Pincus and Khazanah, ahead of a planned IPO next year.
Property developer run by China's richest woman Yang Huiyan opts for rights issue rather than block to avoid diluting her stake.
Hong Kong is embarking on a global roadshow to market its first shariah-compliant bond, finally securing its place as a global hub for Islamic finance.
Objektif Bersatu, the main shareholder of the Malaysian oilfield services provider, divests stake to subscribe to the rights offering.
Policy changes should press local and regional governments to rationalise their spending, writes Liang Zhong at S&P.
The massage chair company issues the first convertible bond from Singapore this year and the first zero-coupon CB since 2007.
After being bruised by its previous Chinese partnership with Sanlu, the New Zealand dairy group seeks a 20% stake in another mainland group.
Hong Kong-based Link Reit sells its first dollar-denominated note with the aim of extending the tenor of its funding program.
KKR added a $400 million stake in Fujian Sunner Development to its list of Chinese food deals as safety fears escalate amid scandals.
Matthew Bosrock named executive managing director, head of Asia-Pacific ex-Japan, for the ratings group.
Books open for a 167,000 unit sale in Nippon Prologis Reit, the latest J-Reit looking to tap capital markets.
China Orient raises huge dollar-denominated offering, the third Chinese bad debt management firm to raise international funds this year.
Jaka Prasetya hired to lead Indonesia coverage as part of a push to beef up its Southeast Asia team.
Combined group Citic Ltd will begin trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on September 1 after receiving regulatory approval.
Mahbub Rahman has more than 16 years experience in corporate banking and was most recently head of commercial banking in Bangladesh.
Banks need to prepare for the reality that more of their fee-charging services will be commoditised due to digitisation, says Accenture.
MBK is selling its 60% stake in Taiwan’s biggest cable TV broadcaster at the second attempt after tussles with the regulator; a salutary lesson in the risks of Asian deal making.
Addressing the cross-border regulatory challenges for the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect.
Indonesia and Thailand, Asean’s two biggest economies by GDP, officially have new leaders. Both countries are in need of a spark.
The Chinese industrial gas producer raises Asia’s first high-yield bond in three weeks, re-pricing its yield curve with a $250 million bond.
Beijing Urban Construction Investment & Development completes second largest Asia ex-Japan construction sector ECM deal in 2014.
Chairman and CEO Wan Long tells FinanceAsia how the Chinese pork producer is pushing ahead with its ambitious global reorganisation.
The Chinese state-owned company raised its second dollar bond this year, boosting its warchest before US Treasury yields begin trending up.
At Roy Hill, in Australia’s vast northwest, Gina Rinehart stands ready to fulfil a 20-year dream of owning and operating an iron ore mine
The boutique is hiring from the buy-side in an effort to be a full-service bank. CEO Bao Fan speaks to FinanceAsia about expansion plans.
An undisclosed shareholder has raised $180 million from an accelerated placement in the Hong Kong telecoms company.
Singapore's EZRA Holdings sets sail with plans to raise up to $250 million from a domestic offering of shares in associate company EOC Ltd.
Demand for GLP J-Reit, which has a portfolio of 30 logistics facilities in Tokyo and Osaka, allowed the issuer to price units at a 2% discount to August 18's closing price.
Wong, who had mainly been involved in China and Taiwanese M&A deals, left the bank on Friday.
Shanghai Baosteel Gases and Warburg Pincus are buying Chinese industrial gas assets for $488m in a partnership designed to seek investment opportunities as China reforms SOEs.
China's SOE reorganisation promises multi-billion-dollar deal opportunities amid a global resurgence in jumbo M&A deals, says Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Asia Pacific M&A head
Investors are demanding higher compensation due to the potential rise in Asian corporate defaults, mounting geopolitical risks and a China slowdown.
The Hong Kong stock market is getting closer to seeing its first dual-currency listing but challenges remain.
The benefit scheme of Philippine oil company further reduced its stake in the company after pricing shares at the bottom of its indicative price range.
Citic Capital Partners has acquired a controlling stake in Chinese mattress maker and retailer King Koil Shanghai Sleep System.
Fraser and Neave purchased 15 million shares in the dairy milk company in Vietnam's fifth-largest equity capital markets deal in a decade.
The Japanese megabank furthers its Asian expansion by buying 12.25% of Cambodia’s Acleda for over Y10b. Acleda’s CEO speaks to FinanceAsia.
The rights issue will help fund the Singaporean bank's $4.99 billion acquisition of Wing Hang Bank, one of Hong Kong's last remaining family-run lenders.
Despite the recent sell-off of US high yield bonds, Kenneth Leech, CIO at Western Asset Management, says he remains overweight the sector; plus why he is short the yen.
With millionaires on tap, the country holds promise for top auction houses.
Goldman Sachs and HSBC continue to lead the 2014 year-to-date equity and debt capital markets bookrunner rankings.
TPG buys up to 75% of Union Bank of Colombo for $117m, Sri Lanka’s biggest ever private equity investment.
Books opened for a 293 million share sale in GLP J-Reit, which has a portfolio of 30 logistics facilities in Tokyo and Osaka.
Southeast Asia companies are flexing their muscle making offshore acquisitions while multi-national companies remain keen on the region, says Deutsche Bank M&A specialist.