Posts tagged as: Taiwan

He who pays the piper calls the tune

10th December 2016

Or so the saying goes. Not in China, it seems.

A good year – getting better – for Asian convertibles?

18th August 2011

HONG KONG (Dow Jones Investment Banker) – It’s gone largely unnoticed against the background of some eye-catching equity deals in Asia in the first half of the year – including the listings of Glencore, Hutchison Port Holdings Trust, Samsonite and Prada S.p.A. – and the recent market meltdown, but 2011 has so far been a pretty good year for convertible bonds.

Asian ECM globalization crosses (small) milestone

7th January 2011

HONG KONG (Dow Jones Investment Banker) – Asian equity issues have recently seen explosive growth but, in some countries, few foreign investors can buy shares in a domestic listing. The successful sale of a Taiwanese IPO to foreign investors last week is another step in the right direction.

 

 

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