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Singapore Reit follows the example of recent Hong Kong IPOs by locking its prospective flotation away with cornerstone investors.
Singapore-listed wastewater treatment operator closes its order book early to cope with extremely strong private banking demand.
Two Singaporean borrowers from opposite ends of the credit spectrum access the international bond markets.
Swiss wealth manager completes the first AT1 issue by a foreign bank in Singapore dollars.
Busy day for Chinese investment grade issuers with deals from China Huarong Asset Management and China State Construction Engineering Corp.
Standard Chartered has announced bad results and major staff cuts. Its largest shareholder Temasek must wonder whether it would do better merging with DBS, a stronger performer.
The Chinese retail mall owner launches pre-marketing for an IPO that may inject some life back into Singapore's Reit sector.
Tightening secondary market spreads draw out the new issue pipeline with Beijing Automotive Group and Rizal Commercial Banking Corp executing deals in euros and dollars.
FinanceAsia’s 2015 honour roll of the most influential women across Asia-Pacific spans investment and commercial banking.
The Philippines' largest power producer jumps into the perpetual bond market one day after ICTSI but ends up paying a much higher new issue premium.
Following the announcement of FinanceAsia's Best Private Bank award winners earlier this month, our judges make their case.
Jeanette Wong is featured in our series on influential women in the region's financial centres for her work as head of DBS's institutional banking group.
Hong Kong-based Chong Hing Bank launches rights issue as its parent seeks to turn it into a major financial services provider in Guangdong province.
DBS brings Southeast Asia's first covered bond, propelling Singapore into the global ranks of issuers.
Singapore-listed commercial property developer executes only the second major S-Reit deal of the year to fund the acquisition of an office block in Australia.
The city-state’s biggest lenders are approaching regional economic integration on the back of soaring profits.
As internet companies threaten to eat banks' lunch, Singapore's largest lender is striving to be more like tech giants Apple, Google and Alibaba.
The exodus of funds from China’s stock market could hurt investor confidence across Asia and is likely to slow the pace of liberalisation in China, says DBS's Piyush Gupta.
Canadian financial services group postpones flotation as markets get the better of it.