Freshfield's Teresa Ko earned her place among the region's most influential women by providing legal advice on some trailblazing capital market transactions.
Chinese solar equipment maker becomes the first listed firm to have its shares removed from the Shanghai-Hong Kong scheme due to a regulatory probe.
Indian pharma company spins off contract research arm, hoping markets will regain a solid footing after Monday's sharp fall.
The retirement of Larry Kantor triggers the promotion of Asia research head Jon Scoffin to global fixed income and equity research co-head, together with Jeff Meli.
Standard & Poor's believes Chinese banks will continue to back the financing vehicles due to their economic and policy role.
The world’s largest railway control system developer by revenue locked in nearly $1 billion worth of cornerstone commitments to ensure the IPO stays on track.
FinanceAsia's series continues with Stephanie Hui, head of Goldman Sachs merchant banking for Asia-Pacific ex-Japan.
The HK office continues to lose bankers with four more, including head of corporate finance for Asia Ronald Tam, leaving the firm.
China Railway Construction Corp’s $1.6 billion follow-on through bookrunners CICC and CITIC Securities is the largest deal this week.
Sovereign makes its second foray into euros to extend its maturity curve and diversify investor base.
Fubon's Vivien Hsu is featured on FinanceAsia’s 2015 honour roll of the most influential women bankers across the Asia-Pacific region.
Few pricing concessions from Chinese borrowers in a crowded market.
Japanese media company Nikkei agrees to buy the FT as Pearson focuses on education business. The deal excludes Pearson’s 50% stake in The Economist Group.
Singapore-listed commercial property developer executes only the second major S-Reit deal of the year to fund the acquisition of an office block in Australia.
China International Capital Corp has finally taken the first steps for its long-awaited $1 billion IPO in Hong Kong and could list as early as late September
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Peter Guenthardt is now Bank of America Merrill Lynch's sole head of Asia-Pacific global capital markets after the departure of Jason Cox.
China's fifth largest bank becomes the first of the year to raise additional Tier 1 capital in the offshore markets, attracting strong demand.
One of India's emerging superstar private sector companies executes its inaugural dollar bond with sister companies said to be preparing to set sail.
For her work on market-defining debt transactions in Japan, Reiko Hayashi earned a spot on FinanceAsia's list of influential women in finance.
Siam Commercial Bank is offering 534.3 million in warrants in Thai Beverages with a three-year tenor.
Official data point to an improvement in Chinese SOE earnings in recent weeks but long promised reform of the sector is still awaited.
The British bank relocates Alexander Harrison to Singapore as it moves to grow corporate banking, having scaled back more capital intensive business lines in the region.
In our continuing series on the region's influential women in finance, FinanceAsia profiles Morgan Stanley's Wei Sun Christianson.
But with China IPO exits blocked, a slowdown in private placements likely and take-privates on hold, private capital may spring primarily from strategic investors.
Asian DCM markets continue to normalise with big order book for CCB Leasing's attractively priced deal.
Successful completion of deal by Singapore-listed company may herald a more active M&A strategy as it diversifies away from auto business.
In our continuing series on the region's influential women in finance, FinanceAsia looks at ANZ's Cathryn Carver, responsible for key banking client relationships.
Chinese subway developer returns to euro markets but needs a fairly sizeable new issue premium to clear deal in soft conditions.
The state-owned railway control system developer launches pre-marketing, hoping that improving investor sentiment will enable it to price through CRRC.
China’s securities regulator reiterates Beijing's determination to stabilise equity markets and denies a report that government funds might be withdrawn.
For the next twenty-five publishing days, FinanceAsia presents profiles of influential women in finance.
Chinese girl power and bank efforts to attract and retain a more diverse staff and leadership are slowly narrowing the gender gap in Asia.
Activist fund Elliott loses out to Samsung but the chaebol's narrow win is a warning to other major Korean companies.
China Railway Group priced Asia's largest construction ECM deal in 2015.
The city-state’s biggest lenders are approaching regional economic integration on the back of soaring profits.
Hundsun Technologies will not be opening new accounts on its popular Homs trading platform amid a regulatory crackdown on grey market margin finance.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Standard & Poor's forecasts outstanding corporate debt to grow by two-fifths to $71 trillion by 2019, with China accounting for 40% of the total.
With a new chief executive installed and faced with a decline in IPOs compared to other regional markets, the Singapore exchange is getting its act together.
China grants certain foreign institutional investors wider access to the country’s $5.8 trillion interbank bond market in an effort to repair its reformist credentials.
As internet companies threaten to eat banks' lunch, Singapore's largest lender is striving to be more like tech giants Apple, Google and Alibaba.
Singapore's domestic and international private banks jostle for market share as high costs and tough regulations will likely maul weaker players.
Despite political tensions and violent protests, measures taken by the country's central bank should support future growth.
Tsinghua Unigroup has reportedly prepared a $23 billion bid for Micron as China seeks to burnish its semiconductor ambitions.
Under fire from Beijing regulators over its equities trading platform, this Jack Ma-backed company is at the heart of Chinese finance.
China’s securities regulator opens investigation into Hundsun Technologies. Hundsun rejects claims that its Homs system helped to amplify recent stock market losses.
Ex-Barclays and Goldman Sachs banker Katherine Lau has joined HSBC as a Hong Kong-based director for loan syndications.
The exodus of funds from China’s stock market could hurt investor confidence across Asia and is likely to slow the pace of liberalisation in China, says DBS's Piyush Gupta.
The French bank appoints heads of global markets sales in Japan, Korea, Greater China, and Southeast Asia.