The Chinese conglomerate has agreed to pay $981 million for the Singapore logistics company, putting it in stronger position to benefit from China’s One Belt, One Road initiative.
Two days after selling a Singapore-dollar tier-2 note, the Singapore lender prints US dollar and euro covered bonds, the first dual-currency covered bond form an Asian issuer.
It is the biggest Basel III-compliant, Singapore dollar-denominated tier-2 bond and met with robust demand, not least from private banking clients, reflecting the dearth of supply.
FinanceAsia handed out its 2016 Achievement Awards on Thursday night to the best and brightest in the region’s capital markets and named its Outstanding Achievement winner.
Memory chip maker pulls off one of the biggest convertible bond sales in Taiwanese history, reaping $500 million in Asia ex-Japan's first international convertible of 2017.
The Singapore lender raises €750 million in a seven year deal, with the majority coming from first-time DBS investors in Europe.
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Piyush Gupta, CEO of DBS, warns that uncertainty over Donald Trump’s policies will be a headache for Asian strategists — but the long-term impact on interest rates will be a boon for banks.
We created a case study describing a fictional billionaire and asked Asia’s top private banks to pitch him ideas. These two institutions impressed us most.
Singapore’s DBS is hungry for more acquisitions after agreeing to buy ANZ’s Asia retail and wealth business. But ABN Amro’s Asian private bank may be another step too far, too fast.
As analysts increasingly worry about China property prices, one of the country’s biggest state-owned developers trims its exposure.
Nirvana Asia is about to delist for the second time. But despite getting no premium to the IPO price, investors are overwhelmingly in favour.
New dollar-denominated offering hits a market struggling under the twin pressures of strong supply and concerted selling following recent new issue underperformance.
The Singapore-based healthcare services provider’s upcoming listing is being billed as one of the city's most exciting equity growth stories in years.
Similar to other state-owned banks, the post-to-banking lender’s Hong Kong listing is yet another deal dominated by investment from state institutions.
Chinese issuers descend on force ahead of almost week-long public holidays across Asia.
Debut issue sails through empty market awaiting non-farm payroll numbers from the US.
Veteran banker joins from Standard Chartered and will be tasked with implementing overall strategy for the banking group.
It has been a long time coming but the hotels, property investment and car park group finally makes its debut in dollars.