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CLSA has always had a unique position in Asian finance – to its competitors it has been a curiosity, but one secretly admired for its independence.
Shenyang and Germany have a close, long-standing and mutually rewarding association.
What makes a top brand among Asia-Pacific financial market participants — and which companies have the strongest brands in the markets you know best?
Although China has restricted capital flight, it is still encouraging Hong Kong IPOs.
Shenyang is considered the cradle of industry in China, where so many innovations took place as the modern country took shape.
The long-awaited tie-up between HSBC and Shenzhen Qianhai Financial Holdings still seems to be nowhere in sight.
Chinese firms are back in the running for control of Portuguese banking.
The Shenyang Economic Zone is an exercise in the theory that the whole can be greater than the sum of its parts.
Beijing's pollution a problem for staff moves.
Outbound M&A from China has been one of the big themes in global investment banking over the past few years, much of it driven by the need to reform China’s state-owned enterprises.
From rebalancing of the economy and financial reform to the internationalization of the renminbi, Euromoney sheds light on China’s economic challenges amid the global spotlight.
The US president-elect has talked tough on China, but he could be good news for China’s economy and its currency.
For an industrial city, Shenyang has substantial environmental ambitions.
ZTO Express underlines US affection for ambitious Chinese firms; Azure Power shows how much farther India’s have to go.
Bank sets record for bookrunners on a single deal; raises $7.4 billion but only thanks to cornerstones.
New debt-equity swap measures tackle corporate debt load; bank NPLs are already rising.
It is no secret that China is the biggest game in town in Asia-Pacific investment banking.
New capital flow channel had a limp debut; insurance industry is under the cosh.
Jonathan Slone argues regulators are damaging the agency broking model and not helping the clients they intend to help.
Shenyang has a rich cultural history.
An in-depth guide to global currency wars; how Beijing is seeking to globalize the renminbi, through currency swaps and trade-financing facilities; the rise of the offshore bond market; and how fee-hungry banks are salivating at the prospect of the RMB’s growth.
Sector is opaque, distorting and unstable; banks ‘lending where they shouldn’t be’.
Shenyang’s economic performance over the past 50 years is well known.
New deals show innovation; mounting concern about defaults.
As the China International Payment System (CIPS) approaches its first anniversary, there is much anticipation around how the second phase of the project will impact RMB settlement volumes.
As the Shanghai Gold Exchange introduces a new benchmark, the country now leads in gold production, consumption and imports.
China Construction Bank is not alone among the country’s big four banks to claim it changed its lending policy before the rise in bad debts.
A list of winners of Euromoney’s Asia Awards for Excellence 2016, as well as detailed citations for all of the winners, is available here
Wednesday’s decision by MSCI to delay membership for Chinese A-shares in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index serves a number of purposes.
Chinese M&A ambition is good news for banks chasing advisory fees but soaring debt levels give cause for concern.