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.
Singapore's smallest major bank catches strong tail wind from DBS to bring a second successful bank capital deal from the Lion City.
Another busy day but better pricing for investors as issuers make allowances for a heavy pipeline and the poor trading performance of recent deals.
Singaporean bank brings the tightest additional Tier 1 capital deal on record.
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.