Singapore-listed water treatment operator defies downbeat mood with aggressively priced perpetual bond.
Dovetailing with its grand Belt and Road plan, China's first multilateral development bank is targeting financially, environmentally, and socially viable projects, its president says.
Property management form linked to Greentown China defies market volatility to push forward its listing plan.
Property developers and state-owned firms are the weak links in a likely chain of defaults. S&P Global Investors' Lee says China should act boldly to prevent financial contagion.
Britain’s vote to exit EU adds new uncertainties to global economy at a time when China faces downward pressures, Premier Li Keqiang said at the World Economic Forum.
The listing is intended to help fund growth but China's largest bad loan manager will be hostage to the large IPO pipeline in Shanghai.
Chinese companies will wait and see following the UK's decision to exit the European Union in terms of investments and acquisitions in the country.
Financial and psychological tremors likely to impact Asia beyond just trade links.
HSBC's chief executive writes for FinanceAsia's 20th anniversary issue on how the workshop of the world is becoming China’s Silicon Delta.
Poly Real Estate Group completes largest A-share real estate ECM deal on record.
Amid market uncertainty, reporters are gathering reaction on what Brexit means for Asian finance.
Another LGFV sells a debut US dollar-denominated issue, attracting lukewarm demand.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board shuffles its management team following the recent promotion of Mark Machin to global president and chief executive.
As the votes are counted in Britain's historic referendum, we invite readers to have their say on one key question - what effect would a Brexit have on Sino-British relations?
Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
The Japanese megabank has been hiring aggressively in the rest of Asia as its domestic clients expand into faster-growing economies.
The chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets Group says the past two decades have seen rapid growth in emerging markets, and they still offer great potential for investors.
Investors pinned their hopes on China’s growing fintech companies: here’s how and why.
If the new government’s foreign policy is to be successful, the island's financial institutions will have to step-up their expansion in Southeast Asia.
The provincial Chinese bank would be the first city commercial lender to go public in Shanghai since 2007.
The private equity firm is the latest to bulk up in healthcare deal-making by hiring Jesse Wu as an adviser to buyouts.
Market reaction to Cemex Philippines’s upcoming IPO could well be a reflection of confidence towards the nation’s industrial development.
Stuart Wilson, head of equity syndicate at Citic CLSA, has departed the company.
A new Chinese municipality has entered the international bond markets as fears of Brexit appear to fade.
Experts from S&P Global Ratings assess the impact of a strong first half of the year in China's volatile property market.
Aloke Gupte is set to become the firm’s EMEA head of equity-linked origination, while Gaurav Maria will succeed him as Asia-Pacific head.
The US bank has promoted Devesh Ashra and Conna Tam to head its Asia-Pacific debt solutions group.
The Chinese brokerage firm launched a $1.16 billion H-share offering at a time when several issuers are also preparing to sell shares in Hong Kong.
The Shanghai-based company wants to list some of its logistical assets, potentially becoming Singapore's third pure Chinese Reit and opening the door to other Chinese S-Reits.
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A shift from copycat drugs to a research-driven biotech industry is attracting expat scientists back home to help meet the challenges of an ageing population.
Asia (ex Japan) Chemicals ECM at highest YTD level on record.
Two Chinese companies from either end of the credit spectrum jump into the market after the Fed's dovish policy statement.
China's ride-sharing platform raises a whopping $7.3 billion but investors seek new ways to safeguard their capital.
Has the country finally got the ingredients right to serve up a debut international bond deal?
Dutch semiconductor firm’s jumbo offer marks a continuation of foreign interest in Taiwanese chip manufacturing assets.
The Chinese smartphone maker has teamed up with a regional store operator and an agricultural heavyweight to target SMEs and online consumers in Sichuan province.
China should stay out of the limelight until it gets stock market regulation right.
Investment banking and cash equity positions shed in Taiwan, Korea and India as the Malaysian bank continues to trim operations acquired from RBS.
Taiwanese solar cell manufacturer manages to close its debut overseas convertible bond three weeks before a regulatory deadline.
The transaction extends the recent revival in Korean deal flow after a particularly strong first quarter and provides some solace after the Hotel Lotte IPO was pulled.
Gunit Chadha is the latest in a flurry of senior regional departures at the German bank.
The leasing unit of China Development Bank has started to test investor demand for its Hong Kong listing in the wake of first-mover BOC Aviation's lacklustre post-IPO showing.
The Philippine cement maker’s IPO will be a boon to bankers and a relief to deal-starved investors in a market where foreign companies are reluctant sellers.
The leasing offshoot of China's third largest bank plants a well-received deal at the head of a potentially tricky week for Asian bond markets.
China’s efforts to triple solar power capacity by 2020 bring a new industry to the attention of investors.
The opening up of China’s domestic bond market has been the most important capital markets initiative of the past decade. European borrowers are considering their options.
The new Philippine president’s aggression scares some. But his willingness to shake things up could pay off for foreign companies and banks.
AGIC's €100m investment in Gimatic highlights Beijing’s aspirations to upgrade China's supply chain in the face of rising wages and increasing product complexity.