Citic CLSA Securities has appointed Zhao Yu to head China corporate financing and capital markets, a newly created role.
The Swiss bank names Edmund Koh head of wealth management for Asia Pacific, underscoring the bank's strategy to capture a rising number of billionaires in the region.
Peter Chu’s relationships across the region may provide the edge needed to clinch deals in what look set to become a highly active Asian TMT sector.
In their first interview since they were promoted, Mervyn Chow and Edwin Low talk about likely areas of growth and the bank's targeting of Asia's entrepreneurs.
Citi's India-based head of public sector banking will move to the Philippines next year to lead corporate and investment banking, according to an internal memo.
The man who dreamed of turning Citic Securities into the "Goldman Sachs of China" is retiring next year after the firm became embroiled in a series of investigations.
Jan Metzger has joined Citi from Credit Suisse to head the US bank's TMT corporate and investment banking business in the Asia-Pacific region at a busy time for the sector.
The task facing the bank's Australia and New Zealand CEO is to revitalise the franchise after several high-level departures and a corruption scandal in China.
The bank's former head of global financial institution sales left early this week, and is understood to be joining a new bank in Asia after a period of gardening leave.
Peter Szekely, StanChart's former head of debt capital markets, Hong Kong, has taken up a role with ANZ as its head of specialty funds, Asia
They will report to Matthew Hanning. UBS also named Lauro Baja and Guorong Jiang as vice chairmen of IB Asia.
The departure of banking industry veteran Daniel Ng comes after more than three years at the Hong Kong brokerage, a unit of state-owned China Merchants Group.
Chong Leong is joining China’s S.F. Express, the latest in a string of bankers opting out of high finance to pursue opportunities in the corporate world.
The Asia-focused British bank is closing its equity derivatives and convertible bond divisions. Headhunters think this could cause more departures in investment banking.
The wealth management division of Rothschild has appointed Audrey Zau as its new head of North Asia. She replaces Alois Mueller, who recently left the firm.