A key architect of CIMB's acquisition of RBS businesses in Asia is joining HSBC to become regional head of large corporates for commercial banking.
Hong Kong-based Tom Lanners has left the bank after 11 years, a period marked by several landmark deals including the recent listings of HKBN and GF Securities.
Douglas Morton and Venky Vishwanathan have been placed on leave from Deutsche Bank, part owner of Hua Xia Bank, which has recently come under official scrutiny.
Appointed country head for Australia and New Zealand, Gibson succeeds Didier Mahout who will become Budapest-based head of Central Europe.
Rebounding off solid first quarter results largely driven by its global markets business, the European bank is reorganising its business lines worldwide.
David Chin is leaving UBS after 21 years with the firm
Akram Zaman makes the move from New York to Hong Kong to fill a role on the bank’s equity syndicate team left vacant for a year.
Rob Ebert's appointment comes as the German bank looks to invest more in equities and as stock markets across Asia boom.
CITIC Securities has integrated its offshore corporate finance bankers and added teams in Australia and London.
MUFG’s main banking arm is bulking up in Asia Pacific and names two senior hires.
Alexi Chan and Jean-Marc Mercier to succeed Bryan Pascoe, who will become HSBC group treasurer, amid talk of relocation.
The US bank is keen to leverage her experience covering multiple asset classes as China’s capital account opens wider.
The US bank has hired Yuan from Credit Suisse as it bolsters its China franchise to take advantage of a boom in transactions.
The Japanese broker said the moves are intended to strengthen business across divisions and regions.
The New York bank has reassigned several senior banking roles across Asia, in line with its banking practice in other markets.