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RBS strengthens China team

RBS has hired Qing Cheng Hua as country executive for China and Charles Zhou as managing director for its China origination division.
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Royal Bank of Scotland has hired two senior bankers to its China team in an effort to boost the strength of its wholesale and investment banking presence in the country.

Qing Cheng Hua joins from J.P. Morgan as country executive for RBS China, the group’s locally incorporated entity, and former Nomura banker Charles Zhou comes on board as managing director of the bank’s China origination division.

Hua will be responsible for executing the group’s China strategy and day-to-day operational management. He will also be responsible for managing the bank’s relationship with Chinese regulators and will be based in Shanghai, reporting to Sherry Liu, chairman and CEO...

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