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Hamish Whitehead has left Deutsche Bank to join Citi as a managing director for equity capital markets origination in Australia, where the bank is building out the franchise.
ANZ's newly appointed global head of corporate advisory Martin Hanrahan seeks to bank rising Asian companies from Fosun to Beijing Capital.
Asian telco returns to the international bond markets for the first time in three years with a deal priced flat to fair value.
The Swiss bank's Asia Pacific private banking head Francesco de Ferrari says the bank is looking to hire amid a shortage of talent and is also staying put in Australia.
Mark Malouf joins Credit Suisse as head of research sales in Australia after more than a decade at JP Morgan.
UBS’s move in Australia runs counter to its Asia strategy of co-mingling private wealth and investment banking.
Joe Fayyad and Zac Fletcher have been named co-heads of the Wall Street institution's investment banking services team in Australia.
Lenders are pitching to back the bidders for New South Wales electric utility TransGrid, which is estimated to be worth as much as $6.4 billion.
Appointed country head for Australia and New Zealand, Gibson succeeds Didier Mahout who will become Budapest-based head of Central Europe.
Keppel Infrastructure Trust launches Singapore's first major equity deal of the year, seeking up to $394 million to fund a merger and power plant acquisition.
CITIC Securities has integrated its offshore corporate finance bankers and added teams in Australia and London.
Demand was strong for the Australian petroleum refiner and distributor, with over 150 investors participating in the accelerated block.
Investors are circling the government's multi-billion-dollar asset sale Down Under. EY offers a guide to navigating the politics of privatisation.