Cainiao Network, a fast-growing logistics affiliate of Alibaba, has completed its maiden round of fundraising. According to one report, it raised some $1.5 billion.
Two of Asia's rarest quasi-sovereign credits choose the same day to launch landmark bond deals.
China's sixth largest bank by assets raises new equity in its next step towards an IPO that could rank as the world's largest in 2016.
After winning a highly competitive auction, MBK must roll up its sleeves and work hard to stop falling like-for-like sales at Tesco’s Korean retail unit.
Kate Richdale is one of the most senior women in Asia's investment banking circles and has advised on trailblazing M&A and capital market transactions during her career.
Solusi Tunas Pratama is taking orders for shares despite a 2.6% drop in the Jakarta Stock Exchange Composite Index on April 29.
Hot off its $1.3 billion acquisition of Archer Daniel Midland's cocoa business, the agribusiness continues to expand its footprint in Southeast Asia.
The Chinese insurer’s second attempt at a share sale brings in Temasek and a tycoon as investors. The deal also shakes up banker league tables.
The Chinese pork producer has raised $2.05 billion, with the issuer experiencing strong retail uptake and anchor support in the restructured deal.
Singapore group raises $276m in 78 million share block trade after the market close.
Debt-ridden agricultural commodities trader Olam nails $2.2 billion credit facility at competitive rates, benefiting from the Temasek halo effect.
The Thai company formerly known as Shin Corp is still trying to distance itself from former PM Thaksin Shinawatra.
Pro-market rhetoric by China’s leadership belies the reality for private equity firms, for whom overweening regulation impedes industry evolution.
Bankers have set the price range for Hong Kong's largest IPO in four years and started travelling to meet investors. So far, demand for the pork producer appears robust.
Strategic sale takes place after a series of investor meetings held by AS Watson parent Hutchison Whampoa.
Ion Investment, a portfolio company of the Singaporean investment fund, put 4.1 million shares up in a block trade, raising $174.7 million.
Wu, who also has a background with Lenovo and Legend, is replacing Ding Wei, who will take on an advisory role focused on the Singapore investment company’s activities in China.
Youku Tudou rallies after a Temasek affiliate raises $185 million from the sale of its entire stake, while Soufun falls below the placement price after General Atlantic reduces its holdings by $124 million.
The former Bush-era US trade representative will help the Singapore government-owned investment fund to expand in the US.
Choice of targeted club deal reflects jittery market environment, and bankers say they expect more such deals as sellers seek alternative ways to achieve better pricing.