Demand was strong, underscoring global investor confidence in India and setting up equity sales for other state-owned entities.
The private equity firm buys Primo Japan for $170m and plans to help it sell engagement rings to China's expanding middle class.
U Chen Hock, who spent 30 years with HSBC, will be responsible for local and regional operations at the Malaysian bank.
Qingdao City Construction Investment and Chinese developer Century Properties are embarking on global investor roadshows on Monday.
Sino-Ocean Land Treasure Finance II completes first Chinese G3 Real Estate bond in 2015 YTD
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Aaron Russell-Davison replaces Henrik Raber, who was promoted to global head of capital markets in August. Both remain in Singapore.
Lenders to stay wary of cash strapped Chinese property companies.
Malaysia's state-owned investment fund trimmed more of its stake in the power producer, which has been extremely profitable for Khazanah.
Infrastructure fund chooses advantageous moment to formally launch one of Thailand's largest IPOs, with investors looking for yield plays as deflationary expectations gain ground.
The company is the first Chinese property developer to launch a dual-tranche debt offering, defying market fears towards a sector that is seeing increasing defaults.
Frank Gong will retire from JP Morgan after about a year as the US bank's chairman of China investment banking.
The car rental company launches China's first high-yield bond of the year, pricing it at the tighter end of guidance as investors seek alternatives beyond the property space.
Southeast Asia’s largest economy is unlikely to see a V-shape recovery. Instead, it’s going to take a year or two before its economic policies bear fruit, says the IMF.
Big order book for seven-year deal, which raised $288.75m, highlights strong secondary market momentum in Asian high yield sector.
Debut $300m offering by the Philippine bank comes at a small premium to its nearest peer, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation.
The Australian property fund manager will use the proceeds to purchase a European property investments manager from private equity group Blackstone.
US investment bank opens office run by industry veterans as Australian markets deal with falling commodity prices and growing economic uncertainty.
The Gulf Cooperation Council should urgently integrate its financial system into the emerging redback zone.
Indonesia's first prospective corporate bond issuer of the year hopes to take advantage of last week's strong spread tightening in the Asian high yield sector.
The Chinese property group plans to invest $1b in a new luxury development, just as analysts fret about its aggressive overseas expansion.
DBS provides bilateral loan to Keppel Corp to fund its buyout of property arm Keppel Land for up to $2.6 billion.
The latest step in its long-running divorce of China's 7th biggest bank. The buyer of the 4.9% stake is Chinese property firm Xinhu Zhongbao.
Li Ka-shing's overseas diversification spree shows no sign of slowing down with Hutchison Whampoa mulling its chunkiest acquisition ever — that of UK mobile operator O2.
Cheung Kong Infrastructure’s $599m follow-on is the largest ECM transaction in 2015 so far
The Philippine port operator embarks on a liability management journey, swapping its old bonds with new ones and saving about 2% in total cost.
Political developments in a few Asia-Pacific countries will become important factors in shaping credit trends in the next few years, says S&P's Kim Eng Tan.
First ever Basel III-compliant renminbi bond from a foreign company reinforces Hong Kong as the premier offshore hub.
Mizuho, and SMBC Nikko capture most market share says Greenwich Associates.
The Philippine conglomerate defied rocky market conditions and raised $200 million in the top-up placement. Over 70 lines participated in the book.
US private equity firm Bain Capital finally exits a tortured six-year investment in Gome Electrical Appliance Holdings close to where it first purchased the stake.
India's largest private sector company shows the new issue premium is alive and kicking with a $1 billion bond.
China’s second-largest steelmaker prices Asia’s first dollar bond in nearly a week, paying up some premium as market volatility continues to dampen sentiment.
Move comes after the US investment bank landed a string of high-profile deals and further integrated its China teams.
UK bank hires Alison May Chan as managing director to focus on developing its ultra high net worth business in greater China, adding to recent hires.
Relationships were a hot topic at the Asian Financial Forum on Tuesday when the two month old Hong Kong-Shanghai share scheme came up for discussion.
The bank's latest internal shuffling comes nearly two weeks after its Hong Kong CEO left.
An upsized $600 million top up placement helps Li Ka-shing branch out into the UK railway sector and purchase Eversholt Rail from its private equity owners.
Itochu and CP Group are the latest firms to broaden links with the Chinese conglomerate following its overseas listing last year.
Deal to buy a 20% stake in the Chinese state-owned enterprise is the country's largest inbound M&A deal on record.
Indian corporate bond supply is set to surge if the nation continues to reform and markets stay calm, potentially beating the $25 billion per year mark, according to S&P.
Sotheby’s and Christie’s have begun to hold previews in Hong Kong of artworks sold elsewhere.
Chinese regulators have punished brokers and tightened rules on margin trading. This shouldn't hurt them in the short term but longer term might be different.
The US bank underlined the importance of the region to its global business over 2014, with Asia ex-Japan accounting for 19% of global Ebit.
Asia’s debt market pipeline has come to a standstill thanks to recent market volatility, but the investment-grade sector is still likely to provide some upside.
Malaysia Airports is this week expected to launch syndication for a €500 million loan, while Cheung Kong will meet lenders this month as part of its reorganisation.
Peng becomes global chief economist at China’s largest securities house, responsible for promoting research in domestic and international markets.
G3 debt capital markets off to fast start in 2015.