Going down the Reg S route allows the company to pick up more steam than its 144A print six months ago. It reflects a growing shift in buying power to the East.
Tencent Asset Management, Haitong International Securities and Palapa Timur Telematika feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for March 24 to 30.
Strong demand for IPO despite Thailand's poor performance relative to other Asian markets.
The company turned to investors without a rating, but added a put option to ease any doubts.
A slow trickle of deals suggests there is appetite for covered bonds in Asia. But there are also signs that growth will be slow.
CEO Tidjane Thiam says the region’s top broker is cutting jobs at a time when investors are slashing commissions ahead of MiFID II and e-trading is on the rise.
The lender sells its first floating-rate note since a 2015 merger.
Venture capital investors are increasingly piling into artificial intelligence. The opportunities for China are rife.
The conclusion of our Asia's Best Managed Companies survey, in which portfolio managers and buy-side analysts give their verdicts on the region's leading corporations.
Order books already covered for Hong Kong's largest flotation since Postal Savings Bank came to market in September 2016.
We reveal the fourth part of our Asia's Best Managed Companies survey, in which portfolio managers and buy-side analysts give their verdicts on the region's leading corporations.
Evergrande sells another billion-plus-dollar benchmark note in response to reverse enquiries.
Hopes dividend payout will attract investors to deal at a time of industry transformation.
Second time lucky for YES Bank as it completes an upsized $750 million offering.
Fourth Malaysian IPO priced this week
The KKR-backed company could get a credit boost from S&P after its latest $150 million bond sale.
We reveal the third part of our Asia's Best Managed Companies survey, in which portfolio managers and buy-side analysts give their verdicts on the region's leading corporations.
An ambitious pipeline of projects is being used to lure investors to the Australian state of Victoria
Instant coffee, tea and cereal manufacturer cancels Singapore Stock Exchange flotation on its scheduled pricing day after controlling shareholder baulks at the valuation.
AS Watson (International) Finance, Sun Hung Kai Properties (Financial Services) and Wijaya Karya feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for March 17 to 23.
The Hong Kong-listed lender shrugs off volatility in global markets, issuing its first-ever dollar bond.
We reveal the second part of our Asia's Best Managed Companies survey, in which portfolio managers and buy-side analysts give their verdicts on the region's leading corporations.
Xuekun Jin, chief executive of the Hong Kong-listed Chinese company, talks to FinanceAsia about his plans.
Top up placement hit by sell-off in US equities, falling just below issue price during secondary market trading.
Indonesia's finance chief returned to a job she held from 2005 to 2010, and wasted no time in stamping her authority. She's a deserving Finance Minister of the Year.
The Korean bank returns to bond market after just four months, making the most of investors’ appetite.
We reveal the first part of our Asia's Best Managed Companies survey, in which portfolio managers and buy-side analysts give their verdicts on the region's leading corporations.
As more investors seek to deploy sustainable capital, National Australia Bank says green bond issuers are being offered a golden opportunity.
Strong domestic support for one of Malaysia's most famous property names at a time when foreign investors remain absent from the market.
High expectations for the flotation of Netmarble Games Corp, backed by soaring sales for its new mobile game, Lineage 2: Revolution.
The privately held chemical company raised $300 million from the bond market, giving a boost to its plan to expand into the US.
The Indonesian garment manufacturer has pushed out its debt maturities, selling a small bond that got overwhelming demand.
The Indian finance minister finally pulled off a long-awaited nationwide goods and services tax, arguably the most important economic reform of the post-colonial era.
China’s bike-sharing sector is attracting excitement, money, and imitation. FinanceAsia takes a closer look.
China Evergrande is in the middle of a debt binge. But its latest deal looks likely to be used for refinancing.
His boss has been ousted and new elections are imminent, but the political drama in Korea shouldn't detract from its finance minister's achievements in his year in office.
Southeast Asia's largest waste-to-energy company opens one of Thailand's largest flotations in recent years.
Local banks and foreign players with a stronghold in Asia’s domestic markets are invited to pitch for FinanceAsia’s Country Awards for Achievement 2017.
Asia Equity Capital Markets picks up this week with volume more than triple of last week
The new Philippine finance minister has taken a realistic approach to tax as he plots an infrastructure boost. He's emerging as a straight-talker in a government of populists.
The Hong Kong-listed company became the first Asian borrower to tap the dollar bond market in the wake of a US interest rate hike. It got a warm welcome from investors
Ravi Karunanayake, Sri Lanka’s finance minister, says the government is cooking up some mega deals for investors.
The new hires are part of a larger reshuffle of senior bankers across cash equities, derivatives, and trading and distribution.
Unis Technology Innovation & Development, Dhariwal Infrastructure and GlobalWafers feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for March 10 to 16.
China's outgoing finance minister was highly constrained by the country's politics, yet still impressed and reassured investors. He wasn't perfect, but will be missed.
Hong Kong's regulator penalises Chinese the bank for involvement in a mooted IPO from China Huinong.
The unrated group decides to tap European investors first before coming to Asia as it raises fresh capital from a perpetual bond.
Mitsubishi Chemical and Kyushu Electric Power raise a total of $2.6 billion from massive convertible bond deals, the largest in Asia in more than four years.
Singapore's finance chief catches the eye for his Herculean work ethic rather than flashy policies ... and his safe and stable approach is just what the Lion City needs.
Fed schmed. Guorui Properties sells a tightly-priced three-year bond just ahead of US interest rate meeting.