The deal was completed four years after the Korean policy bank announced its intention to sell, coming ahead of a change in accounting rules next year.
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The bank seeks funding from shareholders to strengthen its balance sheet before tighter capital requirements come into force in 2019.
Misery for relationship managers as their banks face increasing pressure from regulations that hamper their flexibility — while clients take a step back from the markets.
Korean chaebol accepts an IPO price that values Bobcat at barely half the cost of the original 2007 acquisition.
China Datang Group has launched a second attempt to spin-off its energy conservation business as China tightens emissions standards.
The second FinanceAsia Bond Investor Survey, sponsored by HSBC and S&P Global Ratings, offers key insights into how investors are approaching markets today.
After the successful deal, China Resources Group has now listed six of its subsidiaries in Hong Kong.
Philippine port operator ICTSI pulled off a neat trick last week, boosting its capital at the same time as cutting its interest costs.
China's second-largest drug manufacturer to raise funds for expansion amid industry consolidation.
Korea’s largest IPO of the year has been put on hold after investors balked at the valuation and worried about the US election.
China is plugged into the world economy and this will act as a break on strident nationalism, says Primavera Capital’s founder.
New dollar-denominated offering hits a market struggling under the twin pressures of strong supply and concerted selling following recent new issue underperformance.
Country Garden and Dongxing Securities take advantage of calm market conditions ahead of potential rate induced volatility.
The country's largest commercial bank ends up having to cut the size of the sector's debut dollar-denominated AT1 deal after investors steer clear.
The Taiwanese technology group taps the US dollar market after completing its $3.8 billion takeover of Japan's Sharp.
The SFC’s new enforcer has been clearing the decks on long-running investigations. That's a wise move — he can now move on to bigger, tough-to-tackle problems.
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.