The bank gives two senior bankers control of the capital markets division, reshaping the team as it tries to win more business linking Australia and Asia.
UPDATED: UBS lets veterans Paul Au and Patrick Liu go, reflecting a strategic shift in focus towards building a trading-oriented platform in the secondary markets.
The Swiss firm has recruited its first private bank chief in Shanghai, as it continues to build out local businesses in Asia. But it's not clear whether it's still seeking mainland partners.
Veteran James Pearson's move from Standard Chartered may offer hints as to the Japanese bank's Asia ex-Japan strategy seven months on from lay-offs.
Steven Zhang joins Credit Suisse Founder Securities as the firm launches its securities brokerage business.
Chris Gammons will now run Bank of America’s global capital markets team in Asia Pacific.
The sovereign wealth fund named Dong-Sinh Ngo as its point person in the region.
JP Morgan is in talks to sell its stake in a China securities joint venture to its partner First Capital Securities, amid rumours that the US bank was aiming for a stronger joint venture.
Rainmaker KC Kung has left MBK Partners as the private equity firm gears up to raise its biggest ever fund.
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.