The privately-owned Indonesian gas supplier kicks off a $75 million IPO on the back of Indonesian stock rally.
FinanceAsia is pleased to reveal the detailed rationale for the winners of its Country Awards for Best Private Bank 2016.
Singapore lender moves to reassure investors ahead of its second-quarter results on Monday after saying it could write down half its exposure to the oil and gas group.
Contrasting demand for issues by China's Road King and Fenghui Leasing as credit markets show signs of softening.
The company's liquidation filing reignites questions about the credit fundamentals of oil companies amid persistent weakness in oil prices.
A debut dollar bond for Adani Transmission receives a strong reception, continuing a run of well received deals from the sub-continent.
Mapletree Commercial Trust raises S$529 million from a private placement of new units and is seeking another S$504 million from a preferential offering next month.
The Singapore bank is planning to open a securities business in Japan, targeting an investor base burnt by the country’s negative interest rate policy.
Generic drug manufacturer takes advantage of rising order books for Indian high-yield deals to price significantly through many brokers' fair value estimates.
Hong Kong Telecom, Huai'an Development and Chongqing Grain Group take advantage of stabilising international bond markets.
The Chinese company is finalising its plans to list some of its logistics and e-commerce properties through a Singapore Reit listing.
Singapore-listed water treatment operator defies downbeat mood with aggressively priced perpetual bond.
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.
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.
Indian auto parts manufacturer brings debut dollar bond as analysts speculate it will use proceeds to buy US company.
The rationale behind the decisions taken by our judges in the awards for Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Singapore property developer launches transaction with an accelerated schedule and targets to complete bookbuild before US rate hike decision on June 15.
The group intends to inject the bulk of the Australian industrial properties it acquired from the takeover of Australand into a new real estate investment trust in Singapore.
Canadian financial group becomes the first foreign insurer to issuer Tier 2 debt in Singapore dollars, adding to last week's flurry of bank capital deals.
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.