Indian Oil sets benchmark with jumbo bond sale

Limited supply has caused fixed income investors to pile into the oil refining company’s $900 million dollar bond – the country's largest non-bank issue in over three years.
January 11, 2019

Holding Australian banks more accountable

As the global financial crisis showed, bank profiteering at the expense of prudent risk management can devastate economies. In Australia, an independent enquiry into bank activities is long overdue.
August 18, 2017

Great barriers to bank profits in Oz

Maintaining profit momentum will be a struggle for Australia’s banks as the economy changes gear and regulators apply the brakes.
October 05, 2015

Aussies set to get more Chinese capital

A free-trade deal between Beijing and Canberra is making it easier for Chinese companies and individuals to acquire assets in Australia.
September 23, 2015

Westpac to step up Asian expansion

Australia’s second-largest lender is seeking to expand its Asian wholesale banking team, leveraging on strong trade flows between both regions.
March 03, 2014