The Swiss bank is now set to ramp up operations at Credit Suisse Founder Securities after winning approval to provide brokerage services in China.
No surprise to the market as yet another jumbo Hong Kong deal is largely pre-sold to cornerstone investors ahead of the institutional bookbuild.
China has scrapped a five-month rule requiring brokerages to hold daily net long positions in their proprietary trading accounts as the country's shares continue to stabilise.
Disruptive startups have China’s state-owned banks on the back foot. Now they are seeking capital to build on their initial success.
The deal comes as a relief to Malaysia’s scandal-hit fund which has to cut back $11 billion in debt and continues CGN's overseas expansion.
Chinese property developer becomes the third company in as many weeks to access the international bond markets.
Russia and China are steadily forging the financial infrastructure needed for greater cross-border investment. But there is still a long way to go for the two neighbours.
A specialist in Chinese technology with a penchant for healthcare and ambitions to expand globally, China Renaissance’s Bao Fan is rising.
Outlook for China's domestic interbank bond market is bright after Beijing endorses the development of local debt market
The man who dreamed of turning Citic Securities into the "Goldman Sachs of China" is retiring next year after the firm became embroiled in a series of investigations.
Chinese peer-to-peer lender Lufax is once again tapping investors ahead of a planned IPO next year.
The Hong Kong IPO market picks up speed but will deals price to perform?
Food and beverage group prices low amid strong price sensitivity shown by institutional investors, partly due to market turbulence.
China’s anti-corruption watchdog probes the CSRC's former listings chief Yao Gang, the most senior securities official to date, intensifying its crackdown on the financial sector.
Carlyle-backed outdoor advertising company set to become the first Chinese company to de-list from the US and re-list on the A-share market through a reverse takeover.
Busy day for Chinese investment grade issuers with deals from China Huarong Asset Management and China State Construction Engineering Corp.
The deal would be the second-largest privatisation of a US-listed Chinese company and could pave the way for a relisting in China or Hong Kong if completed.
A brief rally followed by another tumble would damage China's market-management credibility further. Yet history suggests that is what may happen.
China’s start-up board filled a funding gap for companies during a four-month A-share IPO suspension.
Hugh Young of Aberdeen Asia argues vanilla, transparent companies still outperform in Asia… eventually.