From an investment banker that has worked in London, Hong Kong and Singapore
New York and London are so yesterday – Hong Kong and Singapore now service the world’s most relevant emerging markets in China and Southeast Asia (and India to some extent). What does it mean to work as an
Written by a Vice President of Commercial Banking in Hong Kong
Commercial Banking Career Path in Hong Kong
Despite what you may see in the news, commercial banking in Hong Kong is booming still. If you go on LinkedIn, eFinancialCareers or indeed.com, you will find too many jobs to fill, from entry
Written by a bulge bracket investment banker in Asia
Capital Markets in Asia Pacific
Asia is the largest population center in the world and has the fastest growing economies. China and India need no introduction, but Southeast Asia (Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand – and a little later Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar) also
What sales and trading capabilities do the Big 5 Canadian banks have in Asia?
Generally, Canadian banks have very lean operations in Asia. The biggest player in Asia would be Scotiabank, with an onshore presence in many countries - Scotia is Canada's most international bank.
Scotiabank has the widest range of capabilities;
Written by an associate in loan syndications at a major Chinese bank who previously worked as a corporate banking associate at one of the largest banks in the world by AUM
How did you get into loan syndications at a major Chinese bank?
I got top grades at a top 3 business
This is a three part series. In our first article, we outlined the usefulness of knowing an additional language for business - in particular, finance. In our third article, we will elaborate on what other languages will be most useful in today and tomorrow’s global economy, and which ones won't
This article was co-authored by corporate bankers at a large global bank and a Big 4 Chinese bank and an investment banker from a Bulge Bracket, all working in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Corporate Banking is a huge market in China, and as the economy grows (at a much