Greenland Holdings and Jiangsu NewHeadline opt for aggressive pricing while markets remain quiet but momentum is still strong.
Indonesia’s sovereign credit rating does not reflect the country's progress since the Asian Financial Crisis, says Credit Suisse’s Asia Pacific CEO.
Doosan Group’s construction machinery making unit is set for the first of three jumbo Korean listings by the end of the year.
Luye Pharma Group has agreed to buy a subsidiary of Swiss counterpart Acino, becoming the latest Chinese healthcare company to look overseas for expansion.
The state investment fund's move to take SMRT private follows the publication of a new rail ownership framework.
Swiss bank hires Patrick No from JP Morgan to enhance business relationships with leading private equity firms and hedge funds in Asia-Pacific.
FinanceAsia is pleased to reveal the detailed rationale for the winners of its International Banking Awards 2016.
India's largest mortgage lender pays up to ensure Masala bond market finally gets off the ground.
The Swiss bank strengthens its China franchise after chief executive officer calls for larger China presence.
The Chinese warehouse and logistics parks operator adopts aggressive pricing on its IPO despite an underwhelming response from investors.
A potential trillion-dollar deal to create Korea’s largest telecommunications company was rejected by the country's Fair Trade Commission.
Property management company secures support from strategic partners to get deal done in Brexit aftermath as retail demand falls short of target.
Equities and fixed income are reorganised under the aegis of a new global markets division as the Swiss bank promises more comprehensive solutions for clients.
Chinese corporate investors continue to prop up the Hong Kong IPO market as Orient Securities prices and China Logistics Property launches.
Indonesia’s second-largest public company raised a more-than-expected $250 million on the back of improved market sentiment.
Dutch semiconductor firm’s jumbo offer marks a continuation of foreign interest in Taiwanese chip manufacturing assets.
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.
Engro sold shares in its fertilizers subsidiary and raised $185 million in Pakistan’s largest ever block trade by a private company.
Shareholders including two controlled by CVC Capital Partners sold shares in Indonesia’s largest shopping mall operator on the back of strong operational figures.
The Canadian financial services group prices Singapore's first pure-play US office real estate investment trust, giving the city's static IPO market a welcome boost.