Asiamoney March 2016
After a decade in which they’ve suffered dismal profits, multiple IPO suspensions and a near-disastrous crash in A-shares, China’s foreign-backed securities houses are finally seeing the fruits of their labour. Now a pair of banks, including HSBC, are joining the fray with a new type of joint venture, setting the stage for another industry shake up. John Loh reports.
Australian banks are going through one of their toughest periods as slowing economic growth and greater regulatory oversight cause them to rethink their business models, especially when it comes to overseas activity. With new CEOs in place at three of the four big lenders, the industry is set for an overhaul. Ben Power reports.
Issuers, bankers, brokers and analysts gathered in Hong Kong at the JW Marriot hotel on February 17 to celebrate the achievements of those who were top-ranked in Asiamoney polls in 2015 or who had won deal or bank awards.
Cyber risk can take billions off a company's bottom line and valuation. Vivian Chow, William Cox and Mathew Garver explain how investors can take account of the risks.
China has become the biggest and arguably the most important capital market in Asia. The size and scope of transactions combined with the fast pace of reform is influencing capital markets well outside the country’s borders. In our first China Deals and Investment Bank of the Year Awards, we select the standout transactions and institutions of 2015.
You know the results, now find out the reasons why. Asiamoney presents the full write-ups of our Australia Deals and Investment Bank of the Year Awards.
Asiamoney's picks and rationale for the best deals in Asia across loans, equities and bonds.
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