Unit of South Korean group begins book building; the latest move to restructure the sprawling conglomerate.
China’s second-biggest steel producer raises its first dollar-denominated bond, boosting its warchest amid thirst for global expansion.
Qatar Investment Authority buys 19.9% stake in HK department store operator for $618 million as Chow Tai Fook Enterprises partially exits investment.
Sinking equity markets have weighed on the performance of newly listed companies, dampened sentiment and led to billions of redemptions.
He becomes leader of Asean’s largest economy on Monday but his presidential rival controls parliament. This is not good for Indonesia's much needed reforms.
The Swiss bank has named Helman Sitohang as its regional CEO and Eric Varvel chairman of Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
The third-generation family run cab company has successfully floated its shares amid a global equity slowdown.
Bank of China completes world’s largest capital contingent deal on record.
Private equity firm ChrysCapital talks to FinanceAsia about attractive sectors in India for investment and what net returns LPs can expect over the next five years.
Fosun outbid several rivals after agreeing to pay a revised €459.8 million for the 96% stake in Espirito Santo Saude.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Lender raises the largest ever dollar-denominated bank capital offering, building up capital cushions to counter China’s mounting bad debt problem.
A revised deal and more attractive valuation has resonated well with institutional investors ahead of SSI's IPO, which could net the Philippines retailer up to $166 million.
Asia is becoming increasingly important to the US bank as it continues to withdraw from high-cost businesses globally.
The first renminbi bond by a foreign nation has received hefty investor demand and has set a pricing benchmark for issuers.
The Malaysian stock exchange needs to step up its game, Tajuddin Atan, chief executive, tells FinanceAsia.
Private equity firm Vision Knight Capital tells FinanceAsia about the next big thing in ecommerce coming out of China after Alibaba.
Whether or not street protests for democracy are a good idea, Hong Kong's government has lost the new generation and has no clue how to win it back.
The Indian steel group has launched a jumbo loan into syndication as it seeks to refinance debt taken to acquire Corus.
Private equity firm Navis talks to FinanceAsia about Jokowi's cleanup in Indonesia, Asean integration and taper tantrums.
Resignation of the Chinese bank's chief executive follows a spate of management departures as CICC prepares for Hong Kong listing.
Morgan Stanley names Richard Wong and James Tam as Asia co-heads of M&A, while Sam Kim is appointed regional vice-chairman of investment banking.
Malaysia's Petronas buys Statoil's 15.5% interest in an oil field in Azerbaijan for $2.2b, its third largest acquisition.
Jahanzeb Naseer and Rizal Gozali at Credit Suisse talk about the economic and financial outlook for Indonesia.
Asia looks more resilient to capital flight than during last year’s taper tantrum, as the US Federal Reserve prepares to depart from its easy-money strategy.
View from the ground on Harcourt Road, Admiralty, which has drawn tens of thousands of protesters over the past two weeks.
As many as 41% of Asian investors surveyed by FinanceAsia and National Australia Bank would like to see more bonds issued by corporates.
Having completed a technical IPO in June, the Indonesian TV operator hopes to build up an institutional investor base with a new deal, which launches roadshows on Monday.
A second annual survey of bid trends conducted by FinanceAsia and National Australia Bank reveals investors are boosting allocations to Australian debt securities.
A fractured leadership leaves people on the ground managing their own protest. It is comforting, at least, that they are hugely efficient.
Debt capital markets remains steady but equity capital markets sees a dip in volume this week.
Liang will retain her post as head of research at the Chinese securities house. Former chief economist Peng Wensheng joins Citic Securities, according to a source.
RHB, CIMB and Malaysia Building Society seek central bank approval for three-way merger to create regional giant.
In its efforts to build a brand, the Chinese Super League has posted large trade deficits for player transfers in the last two transfer windows.
The UK government has begun the planned sale of its renminbi bond, the world’s first non-Chinese sovereign bond in the currency.
The online payment company owned by Vincent Tan is the first Malaysian company to list in the US, raising $169m, although this was less than hoped.
Chinese foundry manufacturer completes deal as Hong Kong equity markets stabilise.
Malaysian palm oil plantation company makes offer for London-listed New Britain Palm Oil with a nod from Papua New Guinea's prime minister.
Non-Muslim nations are issuing maiden sharia-compliant products. This year, Hong Kong, South Africa and the UK have been added to that list.
Ahead of Friday's talks between students and the HK government, FinanceAsia asked protesters, organisers and opponents what the next move should be.
Independent research executives said the government should be trusted to steer the country's economic transformation.
The restructuring plan by Chaori Solar is not good enough for bond investors to solve the first domestic corporate bond default, said analysts and lawyers.
Collecting fine art is still a preserve of the wealthy but the market is bigger than ever thanks to globalisation and the internet.
The country’s largest listed property group tells FinanceAsia that much of its success is due to a burgeoning middle class.
Mercuria tests demand from lenders for its $1 billion loan even as it is embroiled in a lawsuit with Citi over payments for metal backed financing in Qingdao Port.
Thai airline hopes investors will sign up to an attractive valuation and turnaround in the domestic tourism industry.
Disruption from pro-democracy movement cuts Golden Week turnover by up to 60%, according to the Hong Kong Retail Management Association.
I’d hire the kids running the protest movement in Hong Kong.
Indonesian taxi operator hopes strong brand image will overcome weakening equity markets.