The Malaysian hospital chain operator seen open to other opportunities in the Indian healthcare sector after it trims stake in local partner for $160 million.
Less than a year after moving to Deutsche Bank in a corporate banking team, Frank Fang takes on a new role as part of a reshuffle sparked by a retirement.
The German bank picks David Lynne and James Boyle to run its markets team in the region, as Michael Ormaechea steps down to spend more time with his family.
One week, two contrasting equity share sales. But will the Vietnamese government heed the lessons it needs to build a vibrant stock market and gain coveted MSCI Emerging Market status?
James Packer's Crown Resorts left with a residual stake in Melco Crown Entertainment after completing two separate equity transactions in the public and private markets.
Chinese hydropower company sells euro and dollar exchangeable bonds, defying a stock price slump in Hong Kong.
Hunan Valin brought an end to a three-and-a-half year drought in Australian equity-linked issuance with a $355 million bond exchangeable into the iron ore producer.
China Datang Group has launched a second attempt to spin-off its energy conservation business as China tightens emissions standards.
Pakistan returns with record breaking sukuk, while Indian agro-chemicals company makes its offshore debut.
Similar to other state-owned banks, the post-to-banking lender’s Hong Kong listing is yet another deal dominated by investment from state institutions.
Malaysian state fund continues its track record of regular sukuk issuance, printing yet another bond exchangeable into shares of Beijing Enterprises Water Group.
Hemant Sabherwal has left the German bank’s Asia-Pacific equity syndicate desk, the latest in a series of departures over the last twelve months.
Guillaume du Cheyron's move comes as the bank restructures globally.
The Indonesian developer returned to the bond markets this week, after an earlier debt exchange proved a flop. That previous failure turned out to be a blessing.
Deutsche Bank taps veteran syndicated banker from JP Morgan as the German lender reorganizes its Asian debt business.
The German bank names a new Asia Pacific head, picking a veteran of one of the areas where the bank sees major growth potential — transaction banking.
ICBC Asia, the offshore subsidiary of China's largest bank, sells $1bn alternative tier one bond, becoming the first Asian lender to issue a dollar bond in the format this year.
Sovereign takes advantage of strong credit market momentum to re-build foreign exchange reserves depleted by heavy debt re-payments.
The Chinese warehouse and logistics parks operator adopts aggressive pricing on its IPO despite an underwhelming response from investors.
Indian IT company Hexaware Technologies draws strong demand for a debut high yield bond. Can it help overcome the sector's difficulties of the past year-and-a-half?