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Sunday, 22 July 2018

Thomas Blott' s stories

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  • Singapore, Malaysia to renew stock trading link

    People & Markets | 09 February 2018

    Singapore and Malaysia plan to establish a trading link between their stock markets, 16 months after shuttering a similar, though less comprehensive, scheme involving Thailand’s bourse.

  • Hong Kong loosens IPO pricing rules

    People & Markets | 09 February 2018

    Bankers in Hong Kong have welcomed the local bourse’s plan to let issuers price IPO shares below the indicative range, saying the additional flexibility will help in challenging market conditions.

  • MOVES-SC Lowy hires DCM banker from Credit Agricole

    Ticker | 08 February 2018

    SC Lowy has hired Rajiv Mareachealee to lead its Hong Kong-based debt capital markets business.

  • Australia's Commonwealth Bank logo is pictured at a branch in Sydney.

    CBA expects A$375m fine for money-laundering scandal

    Ticker | 07 February 2018

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia expects to be fined around A$375m (US$295.5m) for money laundering after a probe which has cast a shadow over the major lender in recent months.

  • Deutsche Bank

    MOVES-Deutsche Bank names APAC financial sponsors co-heads

    Ticker | 06 February 2018

    Deutsche Bank has appointed Duncan Mann and Apurva Shah as co-heads of financial sponsors for Asia-Pacific.

  • Eurex scraps Singapore plan

    People & Markets | 02 February 2018

    Eurex has scrapped plans for a derivatives clearing and exchange hub in Singapore. Instead, it intends to extend its trading hours in Europe to capture more business from Asian investors.

  • Pedestrians stand outside a branch of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), Australia's biggest bank by market value, in central Sydney, Australia.

    Despite scandal, CBA picks internal man for CEO

    People & Markets | 02 February 2018

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia has handed the CEO role to retail banking chief Matt Comyn in a move that surprised observers, but drew praise from most.

  • Nomura profit up despite FICC pain

    People & Markets | 02 February 2018

    Nomura Holdings reported a 26% surge in pre-tax profit for its latest financial quarter, although that belied a stuttering showing in its wholesale division.

  • A logo of Nomura Holdings is pictured in Tokyo

    Nomura's Q3 profit rise belies wholesale banking pain

    Ticker | 01 February 2018

    Nomura Holdings reported a 26% surge in pre-tax profit for its latest financial quarter, although that belied a stuttering performance in its wholesale division.

  • Eurex sign

    Eurex ends plans for Singapore clearing hub

    Ticker | 29 January 2018

    Deutsche Boerse’s subsidiary Eurex has abandoned plans to set up a derivatives clearing and exchange hub in Asia, almost two years since it was granted a licence to operate in Singapore.