The subsidiary of the Mexican cement giant has now wrapped up institutional tranche of the IPO just as a new president prepares to take the helm in Manila.
HSBC's chief executive writes for FinanceAsia's 20th anniversary issue on how the workshop of the world is becoming China’s Silicon Delta.
Market reaction to Cemex Philippines’s upcoming IPO could well be a reflection of confidence towards the nation’s industrial development.
A new Chinese municipality has entered the international bond markets as fears of Brexit appear to fade.
Two Chinese companies from either end of the credit spectrum jump into the market after the Fed's dovish policy statement.
Indian auto parts manufacturer brings debut dollar bond as analysts speculate it will use proceeds to buy US company.
China's largest construction company and a local government financing vehicle from Tianjin add to a market struggling to digest a flood of new paper.
China’s largest conglomerate disdains new issue premium despite a weakening Asian credit backdrop following last Friday's big Treasury move.
Chinese infant formula manufacturer is looking to make its debut international bond offering to partially finance the repurchase of its outstanding convertible debt.
The rationale behind the decisions taken by our judges in the awards for Bangladesh, China and Hong Kong.
The Mexican cement producer plans to spin off its Philippine operations to repay short-term borrowings in first market test since new president was elected.
The City of London cements its status as Europe's premier renminbi centre as China takes a new step to internationalise its currency.
Bad-loan manager and white goods maker add to surge of Chinese credits accessing the dollar-denominated bond market.
FinanceAsia joined sponsors HSBC and S&P Global Ratings to celebrate the launch of its inaugural Asian Bond Investor Survey with a special lunch and panel discussion.
Two Chinese state-owned enterprises enter the international bond markets on a a busy but constructive day for Asian credit.
Another tightly priced deal from a Chinese aircraft leasing company.
The bank joins a quartet of green bond issuers from the Indian financial sector as Asian investors brace themselves for a deluge of deals.
Policy bank completes its largest ever international bond offering as it prepares to play a leading role in the restructuring of Korea's ailing shipbuilding industry.
Deutsche Bank said on Wednesday it had hired Frank Fang as head of corporate banking for China, filling a post vacated by Anthony Lin who left for Bank of America in October.
A new wave of panda bonds are expected in June as the first Eastern European and first non-investment grade issuer make final preparations to enter China's onshore market.