The Indonesian power producer hits the road ahead of bond refinancing plan.
Asia (ex Japan) High-yield Issuance at Lowest YTD Level since 2009
Hemant Sabherwal has left the German bank’s Asia-Pacific equity syndicate desk, the latest in a series of departures over the last twelve months.
The development of domestic debt markets have been the key to preventing a second financial crisis in the region says HSBC’s head of global banking for South East Asia.
Warsaw sells Rmb3 billion of panda bonds, a milestone for Beijing's efforts to boost the use of renminbi and opening its capital markets.
Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
The US-listed mainland property developer seals an aggressively priced bond after attracting more than $1.8 billion of orders at peak level.
Indonesia’s sovereign credit rating does not reflect the country's progress since the Asian Financial Crisis, says Credit Suisse’s Asia Pacific CEO.
Chinese private equity firm sells its stake in the pork producer two years after the company’s IPO.
Mongolia’s woes offer returns — and major risk — for frontier investors.
With investors starved of yield, China Orient could have sold the bonds 10-times over, enabling the state-owned enterprise to price the deal aggressively.
The eldest son of Samsung chairman Lee Kun-hee’s former right-hand man Lee Hak-soo will help the private equity firm return to the fiercely competitive buyout market.
Investment banks need to localise their operations if they want to be successful, says Standard Chartered’s head of North Asia corporate finance.
The privately-owned Indonesian gas supplier kicks off a $75 million IPO on the back of Indonesian stock rally.
After a decade-long absence from international markets, Small and medium Business Corp drew orders totalling more than $3.75 billion.
Onshore renminbi-denominated bonds issued by foreign entities are catching on but the market will take time to develop, writes Tee Choon Hong of Standard Chartered.
The chief executive of JP Morgan's global corporate bank for Asia Pacific talks about the bank's business strategies in India and China and the region operation after Brexit.
Novelis Priced the Biggest Bond from an Indian Issuer in 2016 YTD
The state-owned miner captures more than $8 billion of orders, highlighting investors' continuing hunt for yield.
Shanghai Film makes a roaring debut on its local stock exchange, showing that investors like nothing more than a sequel.
Singapore’s biggest telecoms operator is set to invest $1.8 billion for a stake in Thailand’s Intouch Holdings and an increased share of India's Bharti Telecom.
The Taiwanese company's CEO tells FinanceAsia the rationale behind its $683 million deal to acquire SunEdison Semiconductor.
One of Asia's founding private equity bankers outlines his hopes for the industry and eventual re-unification of his home country, Korea.
Universal Robina, the Gokongwei family’s flagship F&B company, is buying the Australian snack business for $461 million.
Citi veteran Servaas Chorus will replace Jason Rekate, who will take on a new role leading the corporate banking business in Japan.
Doosan Group’s construction machinery making unit is set for the first of three jumbo Korean listings by the end of the year.
The Hong Kong-listed company gains strong support from Chinese and European investors for $300m bond as it seeks to extend maturity profile.
FinanceAsia is pleased to reveal the detailed rationale for the winners of its Country Awards for Best Private Bank 2016.
Hong Kong has created a successful arena for Chinese companies to list in but reform is needed, says Morgan Stanley's Asia Pacific co-CEO.
Victory for Chinese tycoon Wang Jianlin as shareholders give him green light to take commercial property unit off Hong Kong bourse before relisting on the mainland.
Everbright Securities priced the third largest IPO in Asia (ex Japan) in 2016
The Singapore property manager raises S$300 million from the first convertible from an Asia ex-Japan Reit in nearly three and a half years.
Kenneth Leung takes over from Victor Yuan, who is returning to the US after a five-year stint in Hong Kong.
Filipino business magnate George Ty sold partial stake in his flagship company after the stock reached an all-time high.
Another aggressively priced bond from the acquisitive Chinese conglomerate.
China's fifth-largest lender sells an aggressively-priced floater after building a peak order book of $4.25 billion.
The Kolhapur-headquartered lender is set to become the sixth private sector bank to list on a local stock exchange.
Guillaume du Cheyron's move comes as the bank restructures globally.
From government officials to fund managers, Indonesia's great and good are becoming increasingly excited about the impact of the tax amnesty.
Banks and insurance companies need to find suitable partners to service Asia’s underpenetrated insurance market, write Adam Hutchinson and Martijn Van de Wiel, EY.
Epistar emptied its coffer after all holders of its $250 million convertible debt decided to sell the bonds back to the company.
Heavy use of cornerstone investors make it difficult for institutional investors to do proper valuation work says Canada Pension Plan Investment Board president Mark Machin.
British insurer Prudential and Taiwan’s Mercuries Life Insurance are among eight cornerstone investors in the Chinese brokerage’s $1.2 billion H-share offering.
Support from both APG Asset Management and BlackRock is critical to Dalian Wanda’s take-private proposal.
FinanceAsia honoured the outstanding deals and houses in Japan at a special awards ceremony on July 29.
Chinese consortium including state-owned SDIC paid $820 million for the Italian soccer club in the largest-ever Chinese investment into European football.
Another European football club falls into Chinese hands amid rising national interest in the sport under soccer-loving President Xi Jinping.