The company turned to investors without a rating, but added a put option to ease any doubts.
Venture capital investors are increasingly piling into artificial intelligence. The opportunities for China are rife.
Order books already covered for Hong Kong's largest flotation since Postal Savings Bank came to market in September 2016.
Evergrande sells another billion-plus-dollar benchmark note in response to reverse enquiries.
Hopes dividend payout will attract investors to deal at a time of industry transformation.
Instant coffee, tea and cereal manufacturer cancels Singapore Stock Exchange flotation on its scheduled pricing day after controlling shareholder baulks at the valuation.
The Hong Kong-listed lender shrugs off volatility in global markets, issuing its first-ever dollar bond.
Xuekun Jin, chief executive of the Hong Kong-listed Chinese company, talks to FinanceAsia about his plans.
Top up placement hit by sell-off in US equities, falling just below issue price during secondary market trading.
We reveal the first part of our Asia's Best Managed Companies survey, in which portfolio managers and buy-side analysts give their verdicts on the region's leading corporations.
The privately held chemical company raised $300 million from the bond market, giving a boost to its plan to expand into the US.
China’s bike-sharing sector is attracting excitement, money, and imitation. FinanceAsia takes a closer look.
China's outgoing finance minister was highly constrained by the country's politics, yet still impressed and reassured investors. He wasn't perfect, but will be missed.
Around $26 trillion of infrastructure investment is needed in Asia over the next 15 years. There is one obvious place to look.
The Chinese electronics retailer completed its maiden US dollar bond sale as investors overlooked their corporate legacy and challenging operating outlook.
China Cinda garnered an impressive order book of $19 billion for a four-part deal, while China Re received $2.3 billion of orders for its debut.
Mongolia averts default with Extended Fund Facility and wildly successful exchange offering.
The consumer goods company has begun marketing a new Singapore listing three-and-a-half years after it was taken private following a family feud.
Who needs a rating? Not this Hong Kong-listed developer, which became the latest Asian issuer to take advantage of strong demand.
Former chairman of China's CSRC returns to financial regulatory work after spell as a provincial administrator.