Wallace Lam heads to Shanghai to take up a commercial banking position, opening up space for a pair of international promotions.
The development of domestic debt markets have been the key to preventing a second financial crisis in the region says HSBC’s head of global banking for South East Asia.
Doosan Group’s construction machinery making unit is set for the first of three jumbo Korean listings by the end of the year.
FinanceAsia is pleased to reveal the detailed rationale for the winners of its Country Awards for Best Private Bank 2016.
The Singapore property manager raises S$300 million from the first convertible from an Asia ex-Japan Reit in nearly three and a half years.
The power sector company adds some green flavouring to the nascent Masala bond market, selling the sector's first environmentally-friendly bond, while Motherson completes tap.
Contrasting demand for issues by China's Road King and Fenghui Leasing as credit markets show signs of softening.
Mapletree Commercial Trust raises S$529 million from a private placement of new units and is seeking another S$504 million from a preferential offering next month.
Generic drug manufacturer takes advantage of rising order books for Indian high-yield deals to price significantly through many brokers' fair value estimates.
The Korean lender's $250 million offering draws more than $2.3 billion of orders, highlighting ongoing search for yields.
FinanceAsia is pleased to reveal the detailed rationale for the winners of its International Banking Awards 2016.
Hong Kong's first listed Reit makes its green bond debut with a transaction that prices through its secondary market curve.
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.
Hong Kong Telecom, Huai'an Development and Chongqing Grain Group take advantage of stabilising international bond markets.
South Korea group issues dollar bond a few months after completing a domestic deal.
Bank of China paints the markets green and red with a well received debut environmentally friendly bond, while Yunnan brings a third LGFV issue.
The subsidiary of the Mexican cement giant has now wrapped up institutional tranche of the IPO just as a new president prepares to take the helm in Manila.
HSBC's chief executive writes for FinanceAsia's 20th anniversary issue on how the workshop of the world is becoming China’s Silicon Delta.
Market reaction to Cemex Philippines’s upcoming IPO could well be a reflection of confidence towards the nation’s industrial development.