Chinese regulators are toughening their stance on outbound M&A after a record year of deals.
Yunnan Energy and Zhenjiang Transportation managed to close dollar bonds this week. But as investors focused on the possibility of a US rate hike, they had to do so without big demand.
China’s foreign exchange regulator is clamping down on the ability of companies to move money offshore.
The acquisitive state-owned chemicals giant made the most of its increased profile in Europe, selling its first euro-denominated bond as it continues to work to finalise Syngenta deal.
The Chinese energy giant enjoyed a day to itself in Asia’s dollar bond market — and it certainly made the most of the attention.
Ping An Real Estate's debut $300 million bond tests demand for unrated credit, alongside Hong Kong lender Dah Sing Bank's aggressively priced tier-2 bond.
Volatility after Donald Trump's election has sidelined many Asian bond issuers. Chinese issuers are the exception — and their impatience to raise funds is encouraging them to adopt some novel approaches.
The Swiss firm has recruited its first private bank chief in Shanghai, as it continues to build out local businesses in Asia. But it's not clear whether it's still seeking mainland partners.
Defying a widening secondary market and a cautious approach by investors, three Asian debt issuers sold $3.6 billion of new bonds on Tuesday.
Qiang Liao, senior director at S&P Global Ratings, sees difficult days ahead for the country's banking sector.
2016 marks a new record high for China outbound M&A but joint venture disputes will inevitably follow.
Market turbulence resulting from Trump's surprise victory fails to knock Chinese local government financing vehicle off course as it attracts $2 billion in demand for debut US dollar bond.
Steven Zhang joins Credit Suisse Founder Securities as the firm launches its securities brokerage business.
Canada's biggest pension fund underlines its positive outlook on property developments serving China's middle class with $162 million purchase of mall stake
China’s biggest and best known banks have issued a stream of additional tier one bonds over the last two years. Now, it is time for the smaller players to have their turn.
The Chinese lender combined green bonds with covered bonds, potentially opening up a new area of funding for its peers.
Central China Real Estate priced a $200 million bond this week. But it had to pull the deal back from the brink of collapse amid tough market conditions and claims of overly aggressive pricing.
Hunan Valin brought an end to a three-and-a-half year drought in Australian equity-linked issuance with a $355 million bond exchangeable into the iron ore producer.
The state-owned aluminum giant pulls off an aggressive price after including a coupon step in its perpetual.
China Datang Group has launched a second attempt to spin-off its energy conservation business as China tightens emissions standards.