women in finance

Women in finance: Jing Ulrich

JP Morgan's Jing Ulrich is recognised by FinanceAsia for promotion of the China Global Summit and deftly advising the bank's top-tier clients.
August 18, 2015

Women in finance: Jeanette Wong

Jeanette Wong is featured in our series on influential women in the region's financial centres for her work as head of DBS's institutional banking group.
August 17, 2015

Women in finance: Helen Wong

HSBC's chief executive for Greater China helped establish the lender as the largest foreign bank on the mainland.
August 16, 2015

Women in finance: Li Tong

The first female chief executive of BOCI has helped the bank build a more extensive network onshore and offshore.
August 13, 2015

Women in finance: Tipsuda Thavaramara

The deputy secretary general of Thailand's SEC is featured in our series on influential women in finance for her role in developing the country's capital markets.
August 12, 2015

Women in finance: Teresita Sy-Coson

Teresita Sy-Coson sits at the head of BDO, the Philippines' biggest bank by total assets, and has played a central role in increasing its market cap.
August 11, 2015

Women in finance: Nor Masliza Sulaiman

As the head of global capital markets at CIMB, Nor Masliza Sulaiman's remit spans bonds, equity and equity-linked products, with a specialisation in Islamic finance.
August 10, 2015

Women in finance: Kathryn Shih

Our series on influential women in Asia's finance sector continues with a profile of Kathryn Shih, UBS's head of wealth management Asia-Pacific.
August 09, 2015

Women in finance: Kate Richdale

Kate Richdale is one of the most senior women in Asia's investment banking circles and has advised on trailblazing M&A and capital market transactions during her career.
August 06, 2015