Goldman's Mark Machin looks at the similarities and differences between China's capital markets now and then, and highlights some surprising developments.
The business integration of Australia into Asia has moved from moribund to active -- Macquarie has moved in and FinanceAsia has covered it.
From ING Barings to UBS Warburg, we complete our look at how the past decade has treated the region's top equity capital markets bankers.
ICICI Securities' Murugappan reflects on the trends that have driven investment banking in India over the past 10 years.
The past, present and future of Asian cash management.
From ABN AMRO to HSBC, how has the past decade treated the region’s foremost equity capital markets bankers?
The relationship is established, but Australia should continue to build its Asia knowledge base, not just in terms of languages, but with regard to broader education, experience and understanding as well.
Wealth creation in Asia is likely to continue on its fast-paced trajectory well into the future, writes Antony Hung of Merrill Lynch global wealth and investment management, which means banks need to be prepared for the growth.
The 2004 acquisition was expected to open up the Korean banking sector and gave hope to other foreign banks’ ambitions in the country, but perhaps Citigroup was the only real winner.
Barclays' Robert Morrice writes about how Asia learned from the 1997-98 crisis and made sure its markets were liquid. Now, after the latest economic downturn, the world would be well-served to follow Asia's lead by strengthening markets and the financial system.
HSBC has always striven to be a premier capital markets player. In part two of a special interview, its chairman of Europe, the Middle East and global businesses, Stuart Gulliver, says the bank is closing the book on life in Lilliput.
Our look back at the region’s foremost debt capital markets bankers continues with Merrill Lynch to UBS Warburg.
PCCW took out a $12 billion syndicated loan to pay for the acquisition of Hong Kong Telecom. The loan was a success, but the acquisition was named one of the biggest disasters since the end of the Asian financial crisis.
The financial crisis presents a watershed for Asian banks' ascension in the realm of global finance, writes Standard Chartered's Jaspal Bindra.
HSBC’s chairman of Europe, the Middle East and global businesses explains how the bank’s historical roots in the Far East and lessons learnt during the Asian financial crisis have helped it successfully navigate the ongoing global financial turmoil.
From Barclays to Lehman Brothers, how has the past decade treated the region’s foremost debt capital markets bankers?
David Carbon reviews the key changes that have occurred in Asia over the past decade -- and envisages what's to come in the next 10 years.
Increasing intra-regional trade has propelled Asia to the top tier of global trading regions, but to stay there it must address its trading inefficiencies.
The relationship between Asia’s G3 and domestic currency bond markets has been as radically transformed during the past decade as Asia’s relationship with the West.
From the depths of APP’s collapse in 2000 through to 2009 when issuance broke all records, we look at the highlights and lowlights of 10 years in Asia’s debt capital markets.