To boost transparency, China’s regulator has banned major A-share company shareholders from using asset management products to subscribe to private share placements.
Beijing-headquartered property developer printed a $200 million dollar convertible bond, offering offshore investors rare exposure to high-yield credit in the CB market.
Official bad debt statistics in the country are rising fast but S&P Global Ratings says data from lenders and the government may not show the extent of the problem.
Chinese firms have bought overseas in record numbers this year. Lighting group MLS is the latest, heading a consortium that wants to buy part of Germany's Osram for $440 million.
The takeover not only marks one of the largest acquisitions in the television industry but is also the latest foray of LeEco’s chairman Jia Yueting into the US market.
Luye Pharma Group has agreed to buy a subsidiary of Swiss counterpart Acino, becoming the latest Chinese healthcare company to look overseas for expansion.
CDB Capital and China Minsheng investment hit a bond market showing signs of stabilising following the recent credit rally.
The chief global strategist and head of emerging markets for Morgan Stanley Investment Management explains why growth has slowed and looks for signs of optimism worldwide.
Samsung bought a $450 million stake in Chinese electric car maker BYD last week. Analysts think the move made sense for a company that has had previous China hopes dashed.
Hong Kong’s tepid growth is forcing its banks to rely ever more on China for profits. That may be the easy option — but they should look further afield.
Another aggressively priced bond from a Chinese state-owned enterprise.
Fosun International’s bid for English football club Wolverhampton Wanderers is atypical for the conglomerate.
The country's largest metals trader prints a $1 billion bond that prices inside its secondary levels.
China’s largest film distributor is moving ahead with an IPO it has been considering for more than a decade.
China's first joint-venture investment bank looks to expand its mergers and acquisitions franchise abroad to feed the nation's insatiable appetite for big-name purchases.
ICBC Asia, the offshore subsidiary of China's largest bank, sells $1bn alternative tier one bond, becoming the first Asian lender to issue a dollar bond in the format this year.
Wang Jun is an expert in genomics and life science. Here he tells FinanceAsia about his business plans for a digital life with iCarbonX – China's latest unicorn.
With default risks and borrowing costs rising at home, Chinese LGFVs are increasingly looking offshore for funding.
The Swiss bank strengthens its China franchise after chief executive officer calls for larger China presence.
China's leasing companies have made the most of their easier access to the dollar bond market. Perhaps surprisingly, they are stronger for it.