Standard Chartered’s CEO Peter Sands and Asia CEO Jaspal Bindra are leaving the UK bank amid a broader management shake-up.
The layoffs were mostly in the Royal Bank of Scotland equities business CIMB bought in 2012 and are part of a broader cost-cutting exercise.
Florian Schmidt joins the independent fixed income specialist firm as its head of debt capital markets after a near nine-year stint at ING.
Kenji Abe will join the US bank's Tokyo office in April after a near five-year stint at Citi.
Asia-Pacific private equity dealmakers see bigger 2014 bonuses and expect fatter pay packets in 2015, according to a survey.
RHB’s head Kellee Kam resigns and CIMB slashes jobs after the collapse of their merger and slump in CIMB Niaga's profits.
Hsin Yue Yong has left the US investment bank to pursue other opportunities.
The UK bank names Jack Yee head of blocks origination for Asia-Pacific, while Daniel Wosner is appointed head of equity syndicate for the region.
Sadia Ricke replaces industry veteran Ashley Wilkins, who is taking up an as-yet undisclosed role within the bank.
Chris Bayliss named as head of personal segments and Anders Carlstrom appointed head of digital banking.
U Chen Hock, who spent 30 years with HSBC, will be responsible for local and regional operations at the Malaysian bank.
Aaron Russell-Davison replaces Henrik Raber, who was promoted to global head of capital markets in August. Both remain in Singapore.
Frank Gong will retire from JP Morgan after about a year as the US bank's chairman of China investment banking.
US investment bank opens office run by industry veterans as Australian markets deal with falling commodity prices and growing economic uncertainty.
Move comes after the US investment bank landed a string of high-profile deals and further integrated its China teams.