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Tuesday, 17 July 2018

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  • ICBC readies for credit risk, fintech challenges

    People & Markets | 23 June 2017

    The chairman of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China is more concerned about long-term challenges to the country’s financial sector than the short-term threat posed by bad loans.

  • Nomura makes Ashley head of wholesale in sweeping reshuffle

    People & Markets | 10 March 2017

    Nomura Holdings has appointed Steven Ashley as its London-based sole head of wholesale and global markets, after he has been co-running the business for the past year, as part of a raft of changes at Japan’s top brokerage.

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    Trump shock sends Asian markets plunging

    Ticker | 09 November 2016

    Asian markets plunged on Wednesday as Republican candidate Donald Trump claimed a surprise victory in the US presidential election.

  • China's Dagong pushes Silk Road bonds

    People & Markets | 09 September 2016

    Chinese rating agency Dagong is backing a proposal to introduce a new class of renminbi-denominated “Silk Road Bonds” to finance infrastructure investments along the strategic trading link.

  • NYSE sees rebound in Asian IPOs

    People & Markets | 19 August 2016

    The New York Stock Exchange sees technology companies driving a revival in new Asian listings and expects double-digit IPOs from the region through the end of 2017, according to the exchange’s global head of capital markets.

  • Deutsche Bank headquarters

    P&M: Deutsche names Faulks head of corporate finance, Japan

    Ticker | 01 August 2016

    Deutsche Bank has named Orlando Faulks head of corporate finance for Japan, following the transfer of Simon Roue to Singapore.

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    Asian bankers eye Japan outflows

    Top News | 29 July 2016

    Asian bankers are betting that continued monetary easing will send more Japanese money into Asian assets as investors look for higher yields.

  • Credit Suisse cuts 1,000 London jobs as turnaround gains traction

    People & Markets | 29 July 2016

    Credit Suisse has cut more than 1,000 jobs in London this year as part of chief executive Tidjane Thiam’s turnaround plan, which showed signs of progress last quarter as he cut costs, risks and the size of the investment bank.

  • China's new breed of securities JVs

    China's new breed of securities JVs

    People & Markets | 29 July 2016

    Once limited to a handful of global banks, the range of overseas investors looking to set up Chinese securities joint ventures now includes a unit of an Africa-focused oil explorer, a group that also produces paper cartons and a collection of Hong Kong retail brokerages.

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    Credit Suisse cuts 1,000 London jobs as turnaround gains traction

    Ticker | 28 July 2016

    Credit Suisse has cut more than 1,000 jobs in London this year as part of chief executive Tidjane Thiam’s turnaround plan, which showed signs of progress last quarter as he cut costs, risks and the size of the investment bank.