The 26-year veteran will be responsible for a region that produced nearly a quarter of the bank’s total income in 2013.
Kunardy D Lie has moved from Citi to the German bank as country head, while Gioshia Ralie replaces him at the US bank in an internal move.
Olivier de Grivel has been promoted to co-head of global financial institutionals group at HSBC and heads the team with Brian Heyworth.
M&A head Yuichiro Wakatsuki becomes head of investment banking as part of expanded management team.
Jun Ma is joining the People's Bank of China as chief economist after thirteen years with Deutsche Bank where he was widely known for his upbeat outlook on China.
Michael Chae is heading back to New York after jump-starting the firm’s private equity business in Asia. Ed Huang and Yi Luo will lead Blackstone’s private equity investments in China.
Pierre Ferland is appointed, while Madan Menon, co-head of markets and international banking, is to leave the bank.
Beng Kiong Pee left the bank on Thursday after seven years to join a competitor.
Sydney-based David So relocates to the bank’s Singapore office as a newly appointed director of Asia debt capital markets.
Paul Redbourn becomes UBS's head of Japan client trading and execution and Luke Clayton joins the Swiss bank as a senior relationship manager.
The Japanese bank announces three new senior hires to head its regional securities business.
Nick Johnson is set to become the firm’s Asia Pacific ECM head as Jeff Zajkowski, the current head, relocates to New York from Hong Kong.
Evan Goldstein, a former JP Morgan veteran, is named global head of renminbi services, a new position within the German bank.
The bank appoints Maneesh Malhotra as Asia-Pacific managing director of commercial banking debt origination; and Chetan Joshi as India’s head of debt capital markets.
Frank Gong is JP Morgan's new chairman of investment banking in China after its top deal-maker in the country, Fang Fang, retired. The management shakeup takes place as US regulators investigate the bank’s overseas hiring practices.