The bank for Hongkongers has long been overshadowed by big brother HSBC, but even rivals consider it the best investment the global giant ever made.
The Moody’s downgrade of China in May has given investors plenty to think about.
The country’s wealth management industry has grown fast – and just as quickly built up a bad reputation.
In a rare meeting with foreign media, two banks in Changchun, Bank of Jilin and Jilin JiuTai Rural Commercial Bank talk about shadow banking, toeing the Beijing party line and why a stockmarket listing in Hong Kong can be a poisoned chalice.
China’s bond markets may be set for explosive growth, but investors still have plenty to worry about.
Elliott Management’s court case against Sir David Li’s Bank of East Asia pits the aggressive new world of activist investment against one of Hong Kong’s most venerable institutions.
Aside from Citi holding on to top spot, it’s all change in the 2017 Euromoney FX Survey rankings for Asia.
China’s initial attempts to address environmental improvements were met with considerable scepticism.
The island’s financial sector is struggling to meet the needs of the economy, hampered by over-regulation.
View results of the Asiamoney Best Brands in Finance Poll 2017 here.
China’s successful adoption of green bonds comes at a time when a climate-change sceptic leads the US but emerging economies are growing more conscious of environmental problems.
China’s corporates are growing fast – both domestically and in the international markets.
Big names in finance are in the Chinese authorities' sights – perhaps that's why they are hiding from journalists.
C-suite executives at some of Asia’s leading companies know that building trust and integrity around finance brings benefits to business performance, as the results of a new Asiamoney survey show.
How did one of the world’s most successful exporters find itself in such dire straits? Much of its economy is going backwards fast.
The former Portuguese colony wants to break free of its dependency on gambling.
Independent wealth management firms have sprung up in China in recent years to serve the fast-expanding wealthy population.