With investors starved of yield, China Orient could have sold the bonds 10-times over, enabling the state-owned enterprise to price the deal aggressively.
Investment banks need to localise their operations if they want to be successful, says Standard Chartered’s head of North Asia corporate finance.
Onshore renminbi-denominated bonds issued by foreign entities are catching on but the market will take time to develop, writes Tee Choon Hong of Standard Chartered.
The state-owned miner captures more than $8 billion of orders, highlighting investors' continuing hunt for yield.
Shanghai Film makes a roaring debut on its local stock exchange, showing that investors like nothing more than a sequel.
One of Asia's founding private equity bankers outlines his hopes for the industry and eventual re-unification of his home country, Korea.
The Hong Kong-listed company gains strong support from Chinese and European investors for $300m bond as it seeks to extend maturity profile.
Hong Kong has created a successful arena for Chinese companies to list in but reform is needed, says Morgan Stanley's Asia Pacific co-CEO.
Another aggressively priced bond from the acquisitive Chinese conglomerate.
China's fifth-largest lender sells an aggressively-priced floater after building a peak order book of $4.25 billion.
Heavy use of cornerstone investors make it difficult for institutional investors to do proper valuation work says Canada Pension Plan Investment Board president Mark Machin.
British insurer Prudential and Taiwan’s Mercuries Life Insurance are among eight cornerstone investors in the Chinese brokerage’s $1.2 billion H-share offering.
Chinese consortium including state-owned SDIC paid $820 million for the Italian soccer club in the largest-ever Chinese investment into European football.
Another European football club falls into Chinese hands amid rising national interest in the sport under soccer-loving President Xi Jinping.
Telecom operators will drive and shape the growth of the sharing economy and fintech says Frank Sixt, group finance director and deputy managing director of CK Hutchison Holdings.
The Chinese pharmaceutical firm offers $238 million to take Vitaco private, in the latest example of China’s huge interest in clean and green food products.
Contrasting demand for issues by China's Road King and Fenghui Leasing as credit markets show signs of softening.
US regulator blocks Sanan Optoelectronics's offer for Global Communication Semiconductors, striking another blow to Chinese companies amid an otherwise good year for outbound M&A.
Delegates from Asia's financial industry had the opportunity to hear the latest from the London Stock Exchange Group at its Greater China Conference in Hong Kong on June 29.
Landmark deal will end the fierce and costly battle between the two rival ride-hailing groups for market share in China.