The Malaysian company continued an aggressive deleveraging drive with a bumper share sale.
FinanceAsia is pleased to reveal the detailed rationale for the winners of its Country Awards for Best Private Bank 2016.
The Chinese company is finalising its plans to list some of its logistics and e-commerce properties through a Singapore Reit listing.
Norwegian drilling contractor Seadrill ends its equity ownership in Malaysia's largest oil and gas company but remains a strategic partner.
Malaysia’s largest bank brings the country’s first dollar-denominated Basel III compliant offering.
Federation of Malaysia returns to the international bond markets as state-owned fund, 1MDB, faces looming cross-default across its $11 billion outstanding debt.
Two and a half years after an unsuccessful listing, the Malaysian utilities company has launched a reverse takeover of outsourcing services provider Symphony House.
The largest bank in Malaysia thinks it can benefit from the desire of China companies and Southeast Asian governments to build infrastructure.
Construction and property developer braves wintry conditions in the Philippines equity market to bring possibly the largest flotation of the year.
Private Asian capital is increasingly competing with institutional investors for big real estate deals globally.
Malaysia is set to usher in its fourth Islamic Reit but political and economic chaos domestically may make a deal difficult to execute.
Following the announcement of FinanceAsia's Best Private Bank award winners earlier this month, our judges make their case.
We are pleased to announce the winners of FinanceAsia's 2015 Best Private Bank award, one of the most hotly contested categories in our Country Awards programme.
IPP powers through with IPO thanks to strong support from domestic institutions.
South East Asia's largest independent power producer set to price at top of range after institutional investors show no price sensitivity.
Domestic players underpin power producer's flotation by agreeing to take up nearly 60% of the institutional tranche.
RHB’s head Kellee Kam resigns and CIMB slashes jobs after the collapse of their merger and slump in CIMB Niaga's profits.
CIMB, RHB Capital and MBSB’s planned $20 billion merger flounders but RHB still wants to bulk up.
The Malaysian investment firm, which was a pre-IPO investor in the container shipments company, raised $142.6 million from the share sale.
Objektif Bersatu, the main shareholder of the Malaysian oilfield services provider, divests stake to subscribe to the rights offering.