Job cuts imminent at the US investment bank amid a tough year in Asia's emerging markets. Other banks may follow suit as fierce competition from Chinese brokers bites.
The firm hires Brian Wilson as an advisor to its Asia buyout team.
The 28-year HSBC veteran joins rival in new role of global head of banking just a year after being named head of commercial banking for Asia-Pacific.
Veteran banker joins from Standard Chartered and will be tasked with implementing overall strategy for the banking group.
The firm has unveiled a shake-up in Asia, with Ming Lu named sole head of Asia private equity as David Liu and Julian Wolhardt quit to start a new China-focused investment firm.
Wallace Lam heads to Shanghai to take up a commercial banking position, opening up space for a pair of international promotions.
Facing intense regulatory oversight, senior bankers are increasingly heading for the corporate world, with some taking their skills and contacts to fintech firms.
Duncan Phillips becomes latest to swap banking job for a financial technology firm.
The French bank named Francois Martin its senior country officer for Hong Kong in a newly created role.
Hemant Sabherwal has left the German bank’s Asia-Pacific equity syndicate desk, the latest in a series of departures over the last twelve months.
The eldest son of Samsung chairman Lee Kun-hee’s former right-hand man Lee Hak-soo will help the private equity firm return to the fiercely competitive buyout market.
Citi veteran Servaas Chorus will replace Jason Rekate, who will take on a new role leading the corporate banking business in Japan.
Kenneth Leung takes over from Victor Yuan, who is returning to the US after a five-year stint in Hong Kong.
Guillaume du Cheyron's move comes as the bank restructures globally.
Dominic Stevens succeeds the scandal-hit Elmer Funke Kupper to lead Australia’s securities exchange.