The US bank is keen to leverage her experience covering multiple asset classes as China’s capital account opens wider.
Sinopec Group Overseas Development completes the seventh largest oil & gas sector bond on record globally
The US bank has hired Yuan from Credit Suisse as it bolsters its China franchise to take advantage of a boom in transactions.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
The Japanese broker said the moves are intended to strengthen business across divisions and regions.
After a dismal Wednesday, Chinese developer Jingrui Holdings, Indonesian ports operator Perlindo, and Korean energy firm Korea Resources collectively raise $2.1b worth of bonds.
Privately-held Chinese steel importer is keen to merge with a state-owned firm to access funding and capitalise on opportunities arising from the commodities slump.
In its study of global corporate divestment, EY finds companies in Asia-Pacific are reluctant to exit investments and use proceeds to fund expansion.
Investors seeking access to the Philippines' consumer story may need to punt on smaller IPOs, some of which have recently really packed a punch.
Chinese biomedical producer benefits from a clear primary market and strong secondary market momentum to price IPO at the top of its range.
State-owned oil refiner raises Asia’s largest dual-currency bond, pricing the bonds at competitive levels.
A poll by Allen & Overy shows MNCs warming to the renminbi, using the currency to expand business and raise onshore renminbi funds through panda bonds.
The New York bank has reassigned several senior banking roles across Asia, in line with its banking practice in other markets.
China Resources Enterprises proposal is the latest example of a conglomerate streamlining its business to create a more focused story for shareholders.
A group headed by Standard & Poor's chief economist explains the ramifications for corporates as China taps the breaks and reforms kick in.
Since the financial centre was handed over to China in the late 1990s, Mandarin skills have increasingly become a must for job seekers in certain banking segments.
The Japanese pharmaceuticals giant has finally exited from its troubled foray into India by selling its entire stake in Sun Pharmaceuticals for $3.2 billion.
The Indonesian developer prices a debut dollar offering but credit research firm Lucror Analytics questions the legality of the instrument.
The property developer aims to raise up to $200m in an IPO after an attempt in 2013 was shelved due to a lack of demand.
The Indian financial services group has linked up with FSG to snag more mandates from mid-sized companies looking to raise capital on the country’s soaring stock market.
The PSE is under pressure to justify its market-darling reputation by implementing reforms to realise its potential and become a world-class exchange.
Real demand has become the major force driving the market, which has been concentrated on collateralised bank loans and asset-backed securities backed by car loans.
RBC's top fixed income banker in Japan sees rising demand for international bonds from Japanese investors and builds up capabilities accordingly.
South East Asia's largest independent power producer set to price at top of range after institutional investors show no price sensitivity.
Formerly Cosmos Bank's chief risk officer, Lin was also the first Taiwanese national to serve as BofA's country manager in the bank's 42-year history on the island.
CSPC Pharmaceutical completes ninth biggest ECM transaction in 2015 YTD
State-backed bad debt managment firm keeps the multi-tranche fad alive, raising its second mammoth dual-tranche bond in less than a year.
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The Chinese private equity firm takes advantage of scorching Hong Kong capital markets to divest holding in mainland pharma firm.
Bonds of the Mumbai-based software developer plunge to record low after Glaucus Research issues report urging investors to sell. Rolta swiftly gave a strong rebuttal.
Credit Suisse names George Chow and Zeth Hung co-heads of Greater China investment banking.
The largest shareholder in computer giant Lenovo plans to capitalise on favourable sentiment towards China’s financial sector and Beijing's further loosening of capital flows.
The US private equity firm divested its entire stake in the Chinese home appliance company. It first invested in the company in 2011.
The Southeast Asian sovereign extends its debt maturity profile with a 10- and 30-year sukuk, despite looming risks of a potential credit downgrade.
The fund of private equity funds sees China dealmakers offering more downside protection in wake of IPO shutdown and eking out deals in midst of economic reform.
Central China Real Estate sells Asia's first junk bond for a month as concerns around the near-collapse of Kaisa recede and as cash-rich investors put money back to work.
Chinese small cap hopes to benefit from mainland money pouring into Hong Kong bourse as formal bookbuilding opens for its $250 million to $304.5 million float.
China Communications Construction, Formosa Plastics, and Haitong International collectively raise nearly $2.8 billion worth of dollar-denominated bonds.
Citigroup’s head of Asia Pacific is moving to New York to lead consumer banking globally according to an internal memo.
Buoyant capital markets prompt Singapore's Great Eastern Holdings to sell stake in mainland insurer while GIC exits Far East Horizon and UBS moves to offload China Cinda holding.
Experts to discuss strategies for getting the most KYC bang for the buck.
Swiss banker appoints David Loo as head of private clients for North Asia, a new role at the bank created as ranks of region's super rich swell.
The sale of the jointly held 1% is a precursor to Itochu and CP Group's upcoming $10.4 billion purchase of a 20% stake in Citic - one of the largest transactions in a Chinese SOE.
Chinese small cap biomedical materials producer poised to benefit from liquidity-fuelled rally pushing Hong Kong stocks closer to A-share valuations.
Commodities trader Noble Group, under attack for the second time this year, finds support from lenders who brush aside allegations to back a $2.25 billion loan facility.
After failing to sell a 10% stake in the national oil and gas company, Pakistan succeeds in offloading its 41.5% holding in Habib Bank in the country's largest ECM transaction.
Christopher Heady talks to FinanceAsia about the firm's "fantastic relationship worldwide" with GE and how it plans to invest its $5b property fund across Asia Pacific.
Both equity capital markets and debt capital markets saw a lull in activity this week
As Beijing fails to break up monopolies, some officials call for "state capital" to replace private equity in state-owned enterprises.