In this Q&A, Standard & Poor's discusses what the default of Kaisa means for bondholders in China generally and what is next for the property developer.
Canadian financial services group ploughs on with Singapore Reit IPO as rallying Treasury market provides a much-needed spur in very difficult market conditions.
Exchanges are hurriedly refining Stock Connect but investors and bankers urge more reform before the trading link can be easily used as a bridge into mainland China.
PBoC cuts interest rates after Shanghai’s benchmark index flirts with bear market territory. New users of Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect caught in market whiplash.
Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has likely followed through on a pledge to sign a decree lifting limits on foreign stock ownership.
Mongolia becomes the second non-Chinese sovereign after the UK to issue dim sum bonds as it embarks on a new foreign fundraising programme.
High valuation compared to much larger peers pushes pricing below range. Domestic investors made up the bulk of the deal.
Bank of China traverses the globe with a multi-currency bond in support of China's One Belt One Road initiative.
Big order book but aggressive pricing for Chinese tech group.
Retail investors get the largest allocation of paper in Guotai Junan's flotation on the back of strong oversubscription ratios.
A conference in Hong Kong looks at how practices in the Philippines could be improved to make it easier for companies to list on the local stock exchange.
Another day another Chinese brokerage as Guolian Securities launches its Hong Kong flotation and offers a compelling valuation to stand out from a crowded field.
A throat lozenges manufacturer, a brokerage and a private obstetrics and gynaecology hospital group are all seeking to float shares in Hong Kong.
Citi's commercial bank in Asia-Pacific is capitalising on a growing desire among clients to tap bond, loan and equity markets.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Country Awards for International Banks. Day One covers Bangladesh, China and Hong Kong.
The high level S&ED tries to keep US-China ties — arguably the most important bilateral relationship in the world — on a relatively even keel.
The IPOs of Legend Holdings and Red Star Macalline last week defied plummeting A-shares to price at the top, as books opened for Universal Medical's HK float.
Qihoo 360's $9.1 billion buyout could become the biggest yet as more US-listed Chinese companies are taken private amid a surge in Chinese stock markets.
China's largest independent coalbed methane producer prices IPO at the bottom, while the pricing of furniture retailer China Macalline's float heads to the top.
Chinese brokerage charges into the country's bull market with a deal pitched at a big discount to fair value estimates.