The second biggest IPO of a blockbuster year in India prices its anchor tranche at the top of the indicative range. It reflects strong interest in the country's residential property sector.
Asia’s green bond market is growing at breakneck pace, attracting increasing numbers of issuers. After the success of a deal from Hong Kong’s MTR Corp this week, it is not hard to see why.
With Pakistan riding a wave towards emerging-market status, it may be time for frontier investors to jump ship
China Resources Pharmaceutical Priced the World’s Biggest Healthcare IPO in 2016
China Oceanwide’s $2.7 billion bid for Genworth Financial continues a long line of Chinese and Japanese companies looking to snap up US insurers. Industry experts worry about regulatory snafus.
China’s largest diary producer Yili Group is planning to buy a stake in a Hong Kong-listed rival for around $680 million, doubling down on a high-growth sector that has been beset by multiple scandals.
After the successful deal, China Resources Group has now listed six of its subsidiaries in Hong Kong.
Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) returned to the dollar bond market on Friday. But the company's attempt to sell a masala bond was abandoned shortly after take-off.
Jimmy Phua tells FinanceAsia about the fund's latest investment, its reliance on long-term partners and its plans for the coming years.
JP Morgan is in talks to sell its stake in a China securities joint venture to its partner First Capital Securities, amid rumours that the US bank was aiming for a stronger joint venture.
The deal marks Canada Pension Plan Investment Board’s second property joint venture with Longfor Properties.
Chinese issuers had been absent for the samurai bond market for 16 years. But after Citic Group broke the mold, they now have a pricing benchmark.
Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
Property investment has been running so hot for so long that Australia could be headed for another mining-style bust.
The merger of Tabcorp and Tatts could create an Australian gambling giant. But approval is far from assured.
Taiwan-listed solar company plans to roll over its existing debt by issuing a new, credit-enhanced convertible bond.
Mid-sized companies dominate offerings as Hong Kong enters peak season for listings.
Japanese investors need to carefully sift through a bumper crop of funds raising capital. Smaller gems may outperform.
Some bond investors worry that anchor accounts hold too much sway with small deals. But Yuzhou Property is unlikely to complain.
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Rainmaker KC Kung has left MBK Partners as the private equity firm gears up to raise its biggest ever fund.
The Philippine lender returns to dollar bonds after five years off, telling FinanceAsia it wants to get ahead of the US rate hike.
Share price to surge to attain premium for current shareholders, analysts predict.
China has lost its sheen for some foreign companies. But although getting into the country might have seemed difficult, getting out can prove even tougher.
Huaneng Power International, a Hong Kong-listed power producer, has become the latest company to buy assets from its parents. But investors are starting to fear that Chinese asset injections may be mispriced.
Cofco Meat's private-equity backers are all holding onto their shares, signaling their faith in the company's prospects.
The private equity fund is selling the company, which has grown by hoovering up smaller operators across China amid the country’s clean energy push.
Shanghai-based delivery firm opts for an IPO in the US, taking a different route from its major competitors.
Philippine port operator ICTSI pulled off a neat trick last week, boosting its capital at the same time as cutting its interest costs.
In the second of a two-part series, we look at how Lenovo founder Liu Chuanzhi's Legend Holdings is building its reputation beyond China, investing in companies such as WeWork.
After more than a decade away from the debt markets, Malaysia's Tenaga returned this week.
Bank of Shanghai priced the largest A-share IPO in 2016 YTD
Investor demand for Pilipinas Shell Petroleum indicates confidence in the Philippine economy and desire for a rare, internationally recognized IPO in Manila.
Fosun and LeEco executives ask the Russian president for clarity on business relationships at VTB Capital's investment forum in Moscow.
As analysts increasingly worry about China property prices, one of the country’s biggest state-owned developers trims its exposure.
China's second-largest drug manufacturer to raise funds for expansion amid industry consolidation.
Jean Eric Salata, founding partner of Baring Private Equity Asia, talks about about growing the carve-out from Thomson Reuters.
S&P Global Ratings analysts Terry Chan and Chris Lee address some of the most urgent questions investors have about China's growing debt problem.
Falling bond yields convince Bumi Serpong Damai to redeem an old bond — and to quickly replace it with cheaper funding.
Liu Chuanzhi is best known for setting up Lenovo. Now wants to draw attention to three funds that have quietly become his company’s biggest source of profits.
Haitong Securities' offshore arm sold its biggest ever convertible bond, helping the firm fund an aggressive expansion plan.
As Netflix, LeEcho and Amazon chase eyeballs in Asia, KKR’s Emerald Media has picked a niche player in the burgeoning over-the-top space catering to the global Indian diaspora.
More than four years after making its initial listing application, the city commercial bank is finally ready to float its shares on the stock exchange.
Asia’s oil and gas companies have suffered defaults, delayed results and stock price plunges. But their problems are only just beginning.
Korea’s largest IPO of the year has been put on hold after investors balked at the valuation and worried about the US election.
Chinese airline HNA Group is close to sealing the $10 billion takeover of an aircraft-leasing company. But questions are starting to be asked.
The state-owned food processor plans to float shares of its meat operations after Chinese pork prices hit a record high.
Southeast Asia ECM volume at lowest YTD level since 2005
Royal Dutch Shell has been delaying the listing of its Philippine unit for almost two decades. But the deal has finally hit the market.