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Tuesday, 23 July 2019

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  • IPO bribery case heads for trial

    Former JP Morgan banker Catherine Leung pleaded not guilty on Thursday to charges that she bribed the chairman of Kerry Logistics Network in an attempt to win a role on a Hong Kong IPO.

  • HSBC nabs loans banker in China from StanChart

    HSBC has hired Zuocheng Ding from Standard Chartered as head of loan origination for China.

  • JP Morgan's Vanstone to join NAB

    National Australia Bank has poached Natalie Vanstone from JP Morgan to fill a senior position in its markets division.

  • Care Ratings: CEO placed on leave

    India’s Care Ratings has put it managing director and chief executive on leave after the market regulator received an anonymous complaint, according to a release from the rating agency.

  • Veteran economist Jerram leaves Bank of Singapore

    Veteran economist Richard Jerram has left his post as chief economist at Bank of Singapore after more than eight years.

  • Jefferies hires Slone in Asia push

    Jefferies hires Slone in Asia push

    Jefferies has appointed Jonathan Slone as Asia chairman, bagging the biggest scalp so far in its ongoing raid on former CLSA staff.

  • SGX targets new economy listings

    SGX targets new economy listings

    One year after Singapore revamped its listing rules to accommodate companies with weighted voting rights, it is still waiting for its first issuer.

  • AMP shelves life insurance sale

    Australian wealth manager AMP said it would likely pull the A$3.3bn (US$2.3bn) sale of its life insurance unit after the intervention of New Zealand’s central bank, raising concerns about its recovery strategy and sending its shares tumbling.

  • NAB picks RBS's McEwan as new CEO

    NAB picks RBS's McEwan as new CEO

    National Australia Bank has turned to Ross McEwan, the architect of Royal Bank of Scotland’s post-crisis recovery, to become its CEO as it looks to turn the page on a period of turmoil stemming from the country’s inquiry into financial misconduct.

  • Home Credit czechs in for HK IPO

    Home Credit czechs in for HK IPO

    Czech consumer finance company Home Credit has filed for a Hong Kong IPO, in a sign that Anheuser Busch InBev’s high-profile flop has not deterred other foreign companies from seeking to list in the city.