KKR poaches Rob Yang from rival Blackstone at a time when some analysts say property sales in the world's second-largest economy are starting to peak.
Deutsche Bank said on Wednesday it had hired Frank Fang as head of corporate banking for China, filling a post vacated by Anthony Lin who left for Bank of America in October.
Luo joins the European-headquartered private equity firm from rival Blackstone.
Yi Huiman, president of ICBC, is set to replace retiring chairman Jiang Jianqing to take the helm of the world’s largest lender by assets.
Daniel Ng, who left China Merchants Securities (HK) last October, has returned to Bank of China International to head its investment banking division.
The Swiss bank has named Damien Brosnan and Peihao Huang as Asia co-heads of ECM Solutions in a move that combines equity origination and syndication at the top level.
The British bank has promoted Aaron Gwak as issuance starts to pick up again in the Asean bloc.
One of the US bank's most senior bankers in Asia is returning to the UK to help clients with cross-border deals just as Chinese buyers ramp up their interest in Europe.
Kelvin Leung, a member of Credit Suisse’s Asia ex-Japan equity syndicate team, has left after nine years at the Swiss bank.
Swiss private lender puts its money where its mouth is after predicting growing wealth for high net worth investors in the Philippines and Thailand last year.
Gupte succeeds Michael Zink who is retiring after 28 years at Citi.
Citi has appointed Christine Lam as its country officer for China. She replaces Andrew Au, who is retiring, the US bank announced on Tuesday.
The move by Japan’s largest brokerage follows cuts by Barclays, StanChart and Jefferies.
In this newly created role, Gerry Keefe will assume responsibility for all corporate banking activities in the region.
James Boyle will join from Citigroup to succeed Rob Ebert.