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FIG banker Nina Zhou leaves Credit Suisse

Zhou is expected to join Barclays Capital, which continues to build its investment banking team in the region.

Nina Zhou, a director in Credit Suisse's financial institutions group in Asia-Pacific, has left the bank, and according to sources is expected to resurface at Barclays Capital after a period of gardening leave.

Barclays continues to hire aggressively as it aims to build up its investment banking presence in the region, including MA and equities origination which traditionally have not been a focus for the UK bank. Coming from behind, Barclays is reportedly paying very competitive salaries to attract bankers from other firms.

For Credit Suisse, the loss of Zhou, who has been with the bank since 1998 and transferred to Asia in 2007, comes at a time when international banks are positioning themselves...

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