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Asia's leading online financial publisher, reporting on the latest corporate finance deals, banking industry news, and people moves in the region.
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FinanceAsia 2h
Deteriorating credit metrics in China’s financial sector expose the weaknesses of its domestic rating agencies.
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FinanceAsia Feb 17
Early-stage companies are learning from Ofo’s failure and adding more terms and conditions to their fundraising contracts in order to prevent losing management control.
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FinanceAsia Feb 15
FinanceAsia honours outstanding achievement in the annual Achievement Awards 2018.
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FinanceAsia Feb 15
FinanceAsia takes a look at what the world’s biggest unicorn has acquired over the years.
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FinanceAsia Feb 14
Photos from FinanceAsia's gala dinner held at Grand Hyatt Hotel in Hong Kong on February 13 to honour the winners of our 2018 Achievement Awards.
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FinanceAsia Feb 14
There’s lots of reasons to be optimistic about the Philippines in 2019. First Metro Investment Corporation’s Rabboni Francis Arjonillo explains why election years boost the nation’s economic outlook. Learn more:
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FinanceAsia Feb 14
Huge issuance requirements combined with a small international investor base pose unique challenges for China’s big four banks as they gear up to raise billions of dollars of capital.
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FinanceAsia Feb 14
Photos from FinanceAsia's annual dinner held at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art on February 7 to honour the winners of our 2018 Achievement Awards in Australia and New Zealand.
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FinanceAsia Feb 14
TuSimple said proceeds from the $95 million fundraising round will go towards research and development as the company pushes into the rapidly expanding US market .
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FinanceAsia Feb 14
We would like to congratulate all the awards winners of the FinanceAsia ! It was great to meet with you all last night and hope all had an enjoyable night. We hope to see you all again next year. Stay tuned for the event gallery to be up soon.
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FinanceAsia Feb 13
The 2018 recipients of our Australia and New Zealand Achievement Awards were announced in December. The winning houses were chosen for their deft execution of landmark deals.
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FinanceAsia Feb 13
American retail giant took home the grand Deal of the Year award, while Chinese payment group was named Best Digital Financial Services Firm at FinanceAsia's annual Achievement Awards dinner.
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FinanceAsia Feb 13
Although 2019 is not a presidential election year, First Metro Investment Corporation’s Rabboni Francis Arjonillo predicts May’s general election will stimulate consumer confidence and the nation’s economy in the first half of this year.
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FinanceAsia Feb 12
Difficult public equity markets and long lead times before companies list their shares are propelling issuers and investors to prioritise off-market transactions.
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FinanceAsia Feb 12
How did FinanceAsia pick the best capital markets deals in Australia and New Zealand in 2018? Find out why these transactions received an Achievement Award.
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FinanceAsia Feb 11
Real estate platform NWP Retail completes fundraising Korean Teachers’ Credit Union, the CITIC Securities One-Belt-One-Road Fund and Warburg Pincus.
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FinanceAsia Feb 11
The private equity firm celebrates 25 years investing in Asia with its largest Asia-focused fund to date.
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FinanceAsia Feb 10
Two of the world’s largest development lenders kick-start 2019 with a combined $95 million investment in AC Energy’s inaugural $410 million certified climate bond, listed on the Singapore exchange.
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FinanceAsia Feb 8
Asia ex-Japan's bond market took a big hit in terms of variety of issuers, with both volume and deal counts from first-time issuers fell to their lowest levels in five years.
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FinanceAsia Feb 4
Online security compliance issues look set to delay the granting of Hong Kong’s first virtual banking licenses, just as cybercrime fears build across the region.
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