If the new government’s foreign policy is to be successful, the island's financial institutions will have to step-up their expansion in Southeast Asia.
Key industry figures from across the region gathered at The Westin hotel in Singapore on May 19 for FinanceAsia's 5th Borrowers and Investors Forum Southeast Asia.
Experts from S&P Global Ratings look at the way ahead for credit in Southeast Asia.
Gupte succeeds Michael Zink who is retiring after 28 years at Citi.
Citi's head of Southeast Asia and Singapore country officer will be returning to the US once a successor is found. He looks back on his career with FinanceAsia.
Extracted from a presentation by Professor Danny Quah, Director, Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre, London School of Economics.
Standard Chartered appoints Enoch Tan as head of ultra high net business for Asean as Asia becomes home to the world's fastest growing population of super rich.
Amid growing foreign currency debt, Standard & Poor's assesses whether depreciating currencies are a major concern for credit quality in Asean.
Metro's acquisition of Classic Fine Foods will help it capitalise on a growing appetite for gourmet products as interest in retail M&A stays keen.
The city-state’s biggest lenders are approaching regional economic integration on the back of soaring profits.
With a new chief executive installed and faced with a decline in IPOs compared to other regional markets, the Singapore exchange is getting its act together.
Former Bank of America Merrill Lynch M&A banker Axel Granger joins investment banking advisory firm Evercore as a Singapore-based managing director.
In a career with Citi spanning nearly four decades and numerous geographies, Aftab Ahmed prepares to become the US bank's country officer in the Philippines.
Articles of agreement have been finalised and a year-end start-up confirmed, but voting and veto rights of the China-led multilateral lender remain unclear.
The Southeast Asian sovereign extends its debt maturity profile with a 10- and 30-year sukuk, despite looming risks of a potential credit downgrade.
Tony Fernandes' airline is pushing Asean's constituent governments to construct airports specifically for low-cost airlines.
Removing internal barriers to the free movement of goods and people would enhance competitiveness, and accelerate trade within the bloc.
Private equity firm Navis talks to FinanceAsia about Jokowi's cleanup in Indonesia, Asean integration and taper tantrums.
Leverage is raising the risk of financial distress, corporate restructuring and default, especially if competition increases and growth slows.
Thailand’s biggest private hospital operator has plans to add 20 hospitals to its network during the next few years.