In their first interview since they were promoted, Mervyn Chow and Edwin Low talk about likely areas of growth and the bank's targeting of Asia's entrepreneurs.
Chinese property developer becomes the third company in as many weeks to access the international bond markets.
Jan Metzger has joined Citi from Credit Suisse to head the US bank's TMT corporate and investment banking business in the Asia-Pacific region at a busy time for the sector.
Busy day for Chinese investment grade issuers with deals from China Huarong Asset Management and China State Construction Engineering Corp.
The bank's former head of global financial institution sales left early this week, and is understood to be joining a new bank in Asia after a period of gardening leave.
The deal would be the second-largest privatisation of a US-listed Chinese company and could pave the way for a relisting in China or Hong Kong if completed.
Consumer goods company launches only the second $100 million-plus initial public offering of the year from Indonesia.
As part of a global review the Swiss bank is investing in Asia, giving the region a standalone P&L and appointing Helman Sitohang to its executive board.
The Swiss bank is ramping up its China equities research capabilities with six new hires despite lingering post-crash stock jitters and sputtering economic growth.
Two new appointments in the investment banking division will help to strengthen Credit Suisse's franchise in China's technology sector.
US tobacco maker Philip Morris sells 5.7% stake in the Indonesian company, raising $1.4 billion and equating to an annualized return of 37.3%.
The founding family of the Filipino carbonated drinks manufacturer is looking to sell part of its stake just two months after completing a backdoor listing.
Shipbuilder executes clean-up trade in steel producer as investors watch for any signs of a turnround in sentiment towards the sector.
Philip Morris is obliged to offload part of its stake in its Indonesian unit before the nation's new free-float requirements come into effect in early 2016.
Credit Suisse appoints John Woods as chief investment officer Asia-Pacific, private banking and wealth management.
Charitable giving is on the rise in Asia and private banks are helping rich clients accomplish their plans.
A slew of equity issuers rev up transactions in the hope that glimmers of improving sentiment help sustain a stock market rebound.
In line with Beijing's push for domestic innovation, the pharmaceutical firm aims to quintuple its product portfolio through in-house R&D and strategic acquisitions.
Philippine container terminal operator brings well-timed second perpetual of the year ahead of the early autumn rush and potential interest rate volatility.
Swiss private bank Julius Baer continues regional expansion with appointment of Lee as Asia head.