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.
Former Credit Suisse banker Kelvin Leung joins Citic CLSA as head of syndicate, replacing the departed Stuart Wilson.
Deutsche Bank taps veteran syndicated banker from JP Morgan as the German lender reorganizes its Asian debt business.
The Singapore bank is planning to open a securities business in Japan, targeting an investor base burnt by the country’s negative interest rate policy.
Swiss bank hires Patrick No from JP Morgan to enhance business relationships with leading private equity firms and hedge funds in Asia-Pacific.
The German bank names a new Asia Pacific head, picking a veteran of one of the areas where the bank sees major growth potential — transaction banking.
The Swiss bank strengthens its China franchise after chief executive officer calls for larger China presence.
The veteran sales trader is taking on a broader role to cover the Swiss bank’s equities business in Southeast Asia.
Equities and fixed income are reorganised under the aegis of a new global markets division as the Swiss bank promises more comprehensive solutions for clients.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board shuffles its management team following the recent promotion of Mark Machin to global president and chief executive.