The BB-rated company becomes the first local government financing vehicle to sell a dollar bond this year, attracting $2.5 billion of orders for its $300 million deal.
The Henan-based operator of private schools aims for a conservative valuation despite market recovery.
China’s drive to improve food safety via foreign acquisitions faces growing anti-trust barriers and management failures. FinanceAsia talks to deal-makers about how to make the recipe just right.
Hunger for food security and safety are a recipe for overseas acquisitions in 2017.
The Chinese property company will pay half what it does on one outstanding bond after taking advantage of buoyant high-yield demand.
The Henan-based private school operator plans to list in Hong Kong, following Wisdom Education’s debut late last month.
The Guangzhou-based property firm demonstrated the flexibility of China’s bond regulator, selling a bond after its approval had officially expired. Here is how it did it.
A new breed of insurance firms has grown very big, very fast. Long a source of instability in the market, these firms can now be quite the opposite.
Soaring property prices are leading to a boom for Chinese developers. But the Beijing government is looking on with alarm and is tightening the rules.
Regulators look set to give more commercial banks the option of securitising their bad loans this year. But the move could weaken asset quality in the market.
The Hong Kong-listed property company's $500 million bond offered an attractive new-issue premium to investors.
The domestic bond market on the mainland faces a wall of maturities this year. But refinancing these deals will not bring the revenue boon bankers may be hoping for.
A host of exciting technology start-ups and fintech plays are preparing to go public in 2017. Zhong An Insurance leads the way, with big names like Ant Financial to come.
Times Property and Yanlord Land Group attract strong orders as investors accept higher risk in a low-yield world.
China's homegrown ride-hailing app appeared to have pulled off a coup when it bought Uber's business in the country. Since that deal, its troubles have only mounted.
Amid spikes in capital outflows, Chinese policymakers have three unpleasant options to choose from. Economists from S&P Global Ratings weigh up the cost of each.
The Swiss bank's investment banking chief in Asia becomes the latest big name to depart.
Taikang Insurance raised $800 million from a five-year senior bond, becoming just the third Chinese issuer in the market this year.
Southern China's largest private school operator sets Hong Kong IPO despite uncertainty over China's educational structure and future tax structure.
Pricing of Chinese paediatric hospital operator's deal indicates 2017 could again see sheer weight of onshore demand keep IPO valuations above levels offshore investors believe the fundamentals warrant.