The cream of Asia's financial industry gathered at Hong Kong's Grand Hyatt hotel for FinanceAsia's annual Achievement Awards.
Chinese policy bank takes advantage of calmer market conditions to re-open last September's dollar- and euro-denominated bond issue.
Chinese rolling stock manufacturer ignores volatile markets to complete debut convertible bond offering exactly one week after an industry peer.
KEB Hana executes offshore bond in difficult markets as selling wave pushes credit wider, while Province of British Columbia launches a debut Panda bond.
Ping An, China Energy Reserve & Chemicals Group and Woori Bank join Evergrande Real Estate in a busy week for international bonds by Asian borrowers.
Traditional New Year policy bank deal achieves warm reception as market shrugs off North Korean nuclear bomb test.
Swire Properties and local government financing vehicle Jiangsu NewHeadLine Development lead a strong charge into the Asian bond markets.
The fourth and final part of FinanceAsia's look at prospects for the year ahead looks at lending matters
China’s banks are under pressure to grow internationally. HSBC wants access to the mainland. The answer to both might be an asset swap.
Quinn succeeds Simon Cooper who has joined Standard Chartered.
The Republic of Korea becomes the first foreign sovereign to raise money from China's domestic bond market, setting a key benchmark for the world's top borrowers.
Both the issuer and investors appear to be happy as the Chinese property developer delivered a jumbo $1.5 billion exchangeable bond.
China Construction Bank generates a strong order book after being fairly generous with pricing.
The Republic tops and tails 2015 with split 10 and 30-year dollar bonds, which show just what a difference a year can make to investor sentiment.
Nanjing-based developer launches a debut dollar bond to a muted reception.
Unusual credit-enhanced deal from Korea kicks off the week's new issue calendar alongside the second three-year deal by an ICBC branch within the space of a month.
On the final day of our awards announcements, we reveal our regional house winners.
The Chinese steel heavyweight is potentially offloading its equity stake in China Construction Bank through an exchangeable bond structure in Hong Kong.
The deal comes as a relief to Malaysia’s scandal-hit fund which has to cut back $11 billion in debt and continues CGN's overseas expansion.
The Hong Kong property group returns to the US dollar bond market with a seven-year offering.