Thursday, 14 December 2017

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  • MOVES-Morgan Stanley rejigs APAC IB leadership

    Ticker | 12 July 2017

    Morgan Stanley has made several changes to its investment banking leadership in Asia-Pacific.

  • A directory board of Hong Kong Monetary Authority

    Hong Kong enacts bail-in of bank creditors

    Ticker | 10 July 2017

    A law granting Hong Kong regulators the power to bail-in creditors of ailing banks came into effect on Friday, bringing the city closer to the international standards set by the Financial Stability Board.

  • MOVES-BNP Paribas appoints China CEO

    Ticker | 10 July 2017

    BNP Paribas has appointed Bing Chen CEO of its China business with immediate effect following the retirement of Peter Kwok.

  • China welcomes foreign rating agencies

    People & Markets | 07 July 2017

    China took another big step in the opening up of its capital markets to foreign investors last week as it issued formal guidelines for foreign agencies to rate onshore bonds.

  • Global banks regain China wallet share

    People & Markets | 07 July 2017

    China’s biggest banks consolidated their positions as the top earners in Asian investment banking in the first half of 2017, taking the top three slots in terms of fees earned in Asia, excluding Japan.

  • Metals scam hands ANZ 'substantial losses'

    People & Markets | 30 June 2017

    Australia and New Zealand Banking Group suffered “substantial losses” after unearthing a metals trading scam afflicting its Asian commodities trading arm, in a case reminiscent of the Qingdao port scandal in 2014. 

  • Fitch downgrade deals Noble new blow

    People & Markets | 30 June 2017

    Tentative signs of a turnaround in Noble Group’s fortunes suffered a fresh setback last week when Fitch Ratings slashed the commodities trader’s credit rating to CCC, reminding investors of its deep-rooted problems.

  • 'Enigma' rout spurs calls for HK reform

    People & Markets | 30 June 2017

    A rout in more than a dozen interconnected Hong Kong stocks last week prompted calls for more reforms to improve corporate governance standards.

  • HSBC gets nod for China securities JV after long wait

    People & Markets | 30 June 2017

    HSBC has won approval for its securities joint venture in China, ending a 19-month wait to get the go-ahead to build a foothold to issue bonds in China, which the bank sees as an area of strong future growth.

  • HSBC finally gets approval for China securities JV

    Ticker | 30 June 2017

    HSBC has finally been given the go-ahead from the China Securities Regulatory Commission for its securities joint venture in China, becoming the first foreign bank to receive approval for a majority-owned JV in the mainland.