China's Premier Li Keqiang may be looking to shore up confidence by maintaining growth targets but investors are becoming worried.
Chaori Solar said it would not make a March 7 interest payment, signalling China's first default. Some are calling it the country's Bear Stearns moment.
Australia’s second-largest lender is seeking to expand its Asian wholesale banking team, leveraging on strong trade flows between both regions.
Sun Life Financial’s Asia President Kevin Strain tells FinanceAsia how he plans to put the company on track to profitability in China by 2015.
The US-Nordic group, which offers technology and services to Asia's companies and exchanges, is encouraged by what it sees in the region.
The French water and waste management company tells FinanceAsia it is looking for more customers in China at a time when the country is trying to clean up its rivers.
Asia's banks could face more hurdles in 2014, particularly in maintaining asset quality, writes Naoko Nemoto, managing director, financial institutions ratings, at S&P.
Fatigue may have finally taken hold in the Chinese property sector, judging by investors’ reception towards China Properties Group’s dollar transaction.
The acquisition of a controlling stake in Shanghai Pumin Futures Brokerage underlines UBS's commitment to the market.
Although the enforceability of keepwell agreements remains untested in a restructuring scenario, the credibility of these credit support structures is improving.
Despite Alibaba’s recent bid for AutoNavi, M&A specialists expect fewer Chinese companies to leave the US after share prices surged in 2013.
China's growth has slowed but debt leverage continues to rise relative to GDP.
The big five Chinese brokerages believe the A-share markets are poised for a good year.
For Ren Rong, Harvest Real Estate Investments' CEO, the industry would be better if it was more institutionalised.
The bank has made two new appointments to its DCM and bond syndicate teams in an attempt to increase its presence in the region’s booming debt capital markets.
The Shan’xi mines-backed trust product is bailed out but a default of certain financial products will come sooner or later and it will be good for the market.
Greentown China, China South City and CIFI collectively raised $1.1 billion on Monday, boosting working capital capabilities amid a buoyant onshore housing market.
The potential default of a trust product - the first of a financial instrument in China - would be a necessary step to providing investors with the proper tools for risk assessment
KNOC, Wharf Finance, Bank of Baroda and China Overseas Grand Ocean collectively raised $2.55 billion on Wednesday, while Korea Gas, China Overseas Shipping Finance and Indian Railway Finance arrange investor roadshows for dollar notes.
Given the incentive of the high coupon of 10%, the issue provides an interesting investment alternative for CNH bond investors and further diversifies the offshore renminbi bond market.