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.
Asia’s green bond market exploded in 2016. But whether the market can add cheaper costs to a list of other advantages remains to be seen.
Jack Ma is set to spend $2.6 billion to take Intime Retail Group private, moving to boost Alibaba’s physical presence as part of its online-to-offline strategy.
Axiom, a private equity fund-of-funds, explains why it is putting more of its new $1 billion fund to work in markets such as Thailand and South Korea than ever before.
CITIC and CITIC Capital will have a controlling stake of 52%, while Carlyle and McDonald’s will have interests of 28% and 20%, respectively.
Wuxi PharmaTech is looking to relist its biologic arm in Hong Kong after the group was taken private through a management buyout in late 2015.
The private equity firm’s sale of its China Modern Dairy stake is nicely timed as it raises funds. But for buyer Mengnui the deal poses considerable integration risk.
The Hong Kong-listed property developer got huge demand for the first Asian dollar bond of the year.
Chinese private hospital operator launches Asia’s first IPO in the new calendar year.
The rise in property lending at Chinese banks is expected to continue despite government attempts to curb the trend, analysts tell S&P Global Market Intelligence.
China’s crackdown on outbound M&A looks like the wrong sort of reform. But it is hard to blame the government for its caution.
The aircraft unit of Bank of Communications inches closer to ABS issuance, but investors say they are baffled by the structure of its latest deal.
The property firm returns to the dollar bond market this week, pulling off a deal it was forced to abandon in November. But unlike the last attempt, the company's latest bond sells under the radar.
The state-owned railway manufacturer sold its second convertible bond this year — but this time it made sure to reduce its currency risk.