China is keen to assist infrastructure projects across Southeast Asia in an effort to extend its business lines and political influence.
At a roundtable in Sydney fund managers talk to New South Wales treasurer Gladys Berejiklian about structuring infrastructure deals to mitigate risk.
The government is asking parliament to put private-public partnerships on more solid legal footing to encourage infrastructure finance.
Asia’s economic development has inspired new genres of work that offer fresh perspectives on the region’s material success.
Central bankers in Malaysia and Hong Kong have been discussing ways to develop Islamic finance products and help grow the industry.
The Indian bank sold the first dollar bond from one of the country’s financial institutions since January, braving jittery pre-election market conditions.
The Indonesian coal miner tells FinanceAsia that the plunging coal price is manageable with a tweak to operations.
Franshion Properties, Times Property and Nomura sell dollar debt, and Mizuho is raising Japan’s first bank capital note.
The complementary nature of loans and bonds enables issuers to improve their bargaining power, lowering overall funding costs.
China's Premier Li Keqiang may be looking to shore up confidence by maintaining growth targets but investors are becoming worried.
Several deals are expected, including a potential dollar note from China’s Logan Property and Indonesia’s Berau Coal.
Ion Investment, a portfolio company of the Singaporean investment fund, put 4.1 million shares up in a block trade, raising $174.7 million.
Michael Nock has amassed a large collection of art during his years in the business but he insists he is not the typical hedge-fund trophy hunter.
The deal comes on the back of a 116% rally in its Taiwan-listed stock in the nine months since the IPO.
The city commercial bank sells shares to nine investors at a 10% discount to the 20-day average, while Citic Heavy Industries outlines IPO plans.
DBS, Standard Chartered and DZ Bank announce a $258 million export finance facility to the Indian steel manufacturer.
HDFC's largest shareholder raises $236.5 million from a block trade as it seeks to reduce its risk levels ahead of the implementation of Basel III.
Japanese firms continue on the M&A trail with Terumo entering a $2.6 billion deal to buy US blood-processing technologies company CaridianBCT from its Swedish owners.
The bank appoints Francesco de Ferrari as market area head of private banking for Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. Meanwhile, Julius Baer appoints Peter Siber as chief risk officer for Asia and the Middle East.
Despite declaring strong profit growth and a stellar year in global banking and markets, HSBC's share price fell yesterday as investors questioned the higher costs and a reduced return-on-equity target.