The City of London cements its status as Europe's premier renminbi centre as China takes a new step to internationalise its currency.
Nuclear construction giant CNEC raises $278 million from its long-awaited initial public offering in Shanghai, the second largest A-share flotation so far this year.
Bad-loan manager and white goods maker add to surge of Chinese credits accessing the dollar-denominated bond market.
Another tightly priced deal from a Chinese aircraft leasing company.
Chinese securities firm earnings are under pressure as brokerage fees come off their elevated 2015 levels, making it harder for ECM bankers to bring new offerings to market.
World's largest hydropower company takes advantage of its huge size to push hard on the pricing for its second ever international bond deal.
Chinese consortium buys a controlling stake in MP & Silva in a deal valuing the global sports media rights agency at $1 billion, according to one person familiar with the matter.
The historically media-shy Chinese logistics giant is looking to fast-track its way onto the market with the help of a Shenzhen-listed rare earth metals firm.
Chinese car firm takes green bond market to new stage of development with an inaugural bond financing the development of an environmentally friendly black cab.
Bangladesh's finance minister, Abul Maal Abdul Muhith, discusses the country's plans to finance its ambitious growth targets.
Shenzhen-listed Midea is looking to apply German technology to China’s growing struggle with rising labour costs and an ageing population.
Deutsche Bank said on Wednesday it had hired Frank Fang as head of corporate banking for China, filling a post vacated by Anthony Lin who left for Bank of America in October.
Luo joins the European-headquartered private equity firm from rival Blackstone.
A new wave of panda bonds are expected in June as the first Eastern European and first non-investment grade issuer make final preparations to enter China's onshore market.
As Hong Kong holds a major summit on One Belt One Road, FinanceAsia examines progress on Beijing’s ambitious regional investment blueprint.
The inaugural FinanceAsia Bond Investor Survey, sponsored by HSBC and S&P Global Ratings, reveals the growing scale and confidence of the region’s credit markets and investors.
Yi Huiman, president of ICBC, is set to replace retiring chairman Jiang Jianqing to take the helm of the world’s largest lender by assets.
Take a look at one of the biggest threats to China’s financial stability
Alibaba Pictures makes its first move into China’s growing cinema business by investing $150 million in convertible bonds issued by Guangdong Dadi Cinema Construction.
The aircraft leasing unit of ICBC targets international expansion in the face of slowing growth at home.