Hong Kong's first IPO marketed within the 2016 calendar ends in failure as Chinese growth worries take their toll and investors demand meatier discounts.
The largest bank in Malaysia thinks it can benefit from the desire of China companies and Southeast Asian governments to build infrastructure.
For the second time in a week, a Chinese bank discloses it is the victim of a scam involving the alleged embezzlement of cashed bills for investment in local stock markets.
BOCHK operated in Hong Kong but its IPO was the test bed for reform across the Chinese financial sector.
Chinese policy bank takes advantage of calmer market conditions to re-open last September's dollar- and euro-denominated bond issue.
As China pushes forward with "supply side" economic reforms, Chinese financial institutions may face heightened risks from the property and corporate bond markets.
Chinese rolling stock manufacturer ignores volatile markets to complete debut convertible bond offering exactly one week after an industry peer.
The Chinese maternity, baby, and children’s product retailer hopes its multi-channel sales model will help it to attract investors despite shaky markets.
Depressed valuations in Hong Kong mean it is a big ask for banks seeking to list this year, upping the pressure on them to lean on relationships to get the deals done.
Baptism of fire for Zhao Huan as allegations of embezzlement linked to almost $600m surface at Agricultural Bank of China after industry veteran is appointed as its president.
Hong Kong’s handover gave way to a financial crisis and reform quickly followed. The pressure China is facing now could likewise lead to major changes.
State-owned construction and engineering company is the first China-registered company to issue an H-share convertible bond since new guidelines were unveiled last September.
China’s securities regulator approves seven initial public offerings, the first batch since it implemented new listing rules.
Speaking at the Asian Financial Forum, chairman Wang Jianlin outlined his vision to turn Dalian Wanda into a multinational making 30% of its money outside of China.
Borrowers take advantage of positive technical factors, leading to a second day of heavy issuance in the dollar bond market.
Huang Hao, head of internet finance at China Construction Bank, has left to join Alibaba’s financial affiliate as its vice-president.
Ping An, China Energy Reserve & Chemicals Group and Woori Bank join Evergrande Real Estate in a busy week for international bonds by Asian borrowers.
The new president of UBS's Asia operations tells FinanceAsia there are broad-based growth opportunities in China and Japan.
Dalian Wanda continued its diversification into the international entertainment business with the $3.5 billion acquisition of US film studio Legendary Entertainment.
The Chinese peer-to-peer lender hired Loh Long Hsiang, deputy head of China origination and client coverage at Standard Chartered as its new chief operating officer.