OCBC announced Thursday it is buying NAB's private wealth business in Singapore and Hong Kong – the latest sign of consolidation in Asia's wealth industry.
The number of real estate's most expensive properties sold in 2016 hit a record.
Sales of $100 million homes hit a record last year, although a growing number are piling up unsold in 2017, according to a new report.
Asia's medium-term picture is weighed down by an aging population and sluggish productivity, the IMF warned on Tuesday.
Australian sportswear brand 2XU opens a flagship store in Hong Kong despite the struggling retail scene. CEO Paul Higgins explains the move.
Every crisis is an opportunity. And for Chinese businesses, the current one of stubborn oyster intruders overrunning parts of the coast of Denmark is spelling fortune and feasts.
Steady liquidity from China into Hong Kong is reinventing the H-shares markets, says Credit Suisse Asia Pacific CIO, John Woods.
Hong Kong has been an important shopping destination for Chinese tourists, and its tourist industry was hit as shoppers became more careful with cash.
From developing its harbor for tourism to hosting international events, Hong Kong still has more to offer tourists, says Allan Zeman, Lan Kwai Fong Group.
Hong Kong appears to be intensifying its crackdown on political dissent following the arrest of 11 pro-democracy advocates over two days.
Chinese companies listed on SGX, known as S-chips, are leaving the exchange in greater numbers in recent months.
High quality events and strategic partnerships are some ways the city-state stays relevant as a tourism hub, notes Lionel Yeo from the Singapore Tourism Board.
Kayak Senior Vice President Debby Soo explains what makes the booking site stand out.
The rivalry between Hong Kong and Singapore extends into tech innovation.
Tonnage and yield are the most important factors for the company, explains Mark Whitehead, chief executive of Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals.
Isaac Ho, VentureCraft, chose Hong Kong as the base for his VC has due to the city's proximity to China.
Hong Kong's position as a financial center makes it a prime contender to become a fintech hub, according to Franklin Tong Fuk-kay of ASTRI.
Competition in the telecommunications industry is a factor that drives innovation, says Paul Berriman of PCCW.
The city is investing in research & development in addition to SMEs, explains Nicholas Yang, Hong Kong's Secretary for Innovation and Technology.
Singapore Foreign Secretary Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan explains why the island-nation is a leader in innovative urban solutions.