The French bank has relocated Sylvain Magne to Hong Kong to oversee equity-linked deals. He will take on some of Gary Chan’s responsibilities.
Broker Orient Securities bumper IPO, the largest in roughly three years, suggests China's securities regulator is ready to loosen up after a lengthy overhaul of domestic markets.
The Indian real estate company is returning to the global debt market for a second time citing better market conditions.
Three of Joy City’s shareholders have agreed to purchase some 76% of the rights issue at HK$1.35 per share.
Goldman Sachs Southeast Asia M&A head Ruben Bhagobati and Singapore-based managing director Antoine Izard are leaving the bank.
The move will extend the bank’s financial markets research coverage in the Asia Pacific region.
Chinese developer sells second single-B high-yield bond of 2015 as investors slowly warm back up to a sector that has been under intense scrutiny since the start of the year.
An appetite for offshore renminbi bonds is spreading across the globe, most recently to France and South Korea.
The country is seeking $7 billion from foreign investors to upgrade its ports network, potentially a lucrative opportunity.
Country Garden’s $900m bond is the third largest APAC real estate DCM transactions in 2015 so far.
The Indonesian hospital operator is looking to raise up to $369 million from the flotation. If successful, it will be the country's first IPO this year, and the largest ECM transaction.
The Chinese property developer launches a $900 million bond for refinancing purposes, breaking the Chinese New Year dollar supply drought.
The first deal after Chinese New Year indicates a difficult start for the offshore renminbi bond market in the year of the goat.
Standard Chartered’s CEO Peter Sands and Asia CEO Jaspal Bindra are leaving the UK bank amid a broader management shake-up.
The layoffs were mostly in the Royal Bank of Scotland equities business CIMB bought in 2012 and are part of a broader cost-cutting exercise.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
City gas distributor hopes the prospect of tariff reform will propel IPO as sentiment towards the sector appears to be on the turn.
The complexity of banking issues remains an operational challenge, according to Accenture's Aliette Leleux.
An undisclosed shareholder offloaded its entire stake less than two weeks after the Australian rail freight operator posted strong earnings.
John Tsang Chun-Wah, financial secretary, outlines measures in the city's budget to boost the competitiveness of its financial services industry.
Asian credit vulnerability could mount due to a stronger US dollar, prompting investors to look at alternative forms of investment including local currency debt.
As Art Basel HK gains traction as a leading contemporary art event in Asia, a raft of satellite events has started to sprout.
Wary investors are increasing pressure on mainland property groups, according to S&P's Matthew Kong and Christopher Yip.
The private equity firm has closed its sixth fund and is eyeing deals in India and China says CEO Jean Eric Salata.
The US investment bank will beef up its team along with an increase of its A-share coverage.
Owners of Hong Kong-based companies with mainland assets will now face greater scrutiny and liability if they wish to sell them.
Florian Schmidt joins the independent fixed income specialist firm as its head of debt capital markets after a near nine-year stint at ING.
The stock exchange loosens limitations in pledge-style bond repurchases and leaves more flexibility for investors and bondholders.
CVC could almost double the return on investment in the Hong Kong broadband operator with the flotation, which will test investor appetite for yield plays.
The Australian transport firm’s share price surged after Japan Post's bid, reflecting the bumper 49% premium on offer.
Women remain under-represented in the FA100 index while Li Ka-shing controlled Hutchison Whampoa has the oldest board.
Jakob Friis Sorensen, president director of Maersk Line Indonesia, talks to FinanceAsia about the vital expansion of the country's ports.
FinanceAsia is pleased to invite Japan's leading financial institutions to submit their pitches for this year's awards.
Goodbye horse, hello goat.
Struggling shipping company NOL agrees to sell APL Logistics to Japan's Kintetsu as Temasek tidies up its portfolio companies.
Anbang buys control of Korea’s Tong Yang for $1b, the latest in a string of international acquisitions.
Jason Yao, CFO of the Chinese insurance group, tells FinanceAsia it will inject capital into subsidiaries if necessary as it looks to protect its capital position.
Kenji Abe will join the US bank's Tokyo office in April after a near five-year stint at Citi.
Chinese banks continue to dominate FinanceAsia's index of the 100 most profitable companies in Asia ex-Japan, despite rising concerns over China’s slowing economic growth.
Asia-Pacific private equity dealmakers see bigger 2014 bonuses and expect fatter pay packets in 2015, according to a survey.
Shares in the water purification supplier fell 17% on Monday after short-selling firm Glaucus Research issued a report strongly urging investors to sell.
The Chinese conglomerate is expected to close syndication on dual tranche euro facility to fund its Club Med buyout early March.
With iron ore trading below $70 a tonne, some of Australia’s mining companies are losing money. With the price set to fall further the question is, what to do?
Explosion in Basel III-compliant instruments expected to continue, especially in local currencies.
Industrial Bank completes the fifth biggest ECM deal in the region in 2015 year-to-date.
The Australian uranium miner will use the proceeds to help pay down bonds due in November.
RHB’s head Kellee Kam resigns and CIMB slashes jobs after the collapse of their merger and slump in CIMB Niaga's profits.
Solusi Tunas Pratama is the second Indonesian tower operator to sell a dollar note in just over a week as the sector continues to consolidate.