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Saturday, 17 August 2019

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  • Zwaan song

    Steven Zwaan, a Hong Kong-based director for ECM for ABN AMRO Rothschild, has added South-East Asia to his portfolio. Currently Zwaan takes care of the bank’s thriving South Korean ECM business.

  • Zwaan song

    ABN AMRO has appointed Steven Zwaan as head of Asian private placement distribution. He will move to the strategic equity solutions Asia team, reporting to Graeme Booth (head of SES Asia). Zwaan will act as the coordination point from a distribution perspective for all private placements done in Asia and, in addition, focus on origination of private transactions.

  • Mathias Meisel_ head of Capital Markets at Zurich Insuranc

    Zurich eyes Australian dollar debut

    Zurich Insurance is preparing for a potential debut in the Australian bond market after announcing around A$4bn (US$3bn) of acquisitions in the country in the past two years.

  • Zuckerman quits Barclays

    Senior Barclays Capital loans banker Steven Zuckerman has quit the firm in Australia in a move that has left Barclays urgently seeking a replacement for the department's key rainmaker.

  • Zuckerman leaving

    Steve Zuckerman, Citigroup’s head of loans for Australia and New Zealand, has resigned and is leaving the bank within the next few weeks after more than one and a half years.

  • Zuckerman joins SG

    Former Barclays Capital loans rainmaker Steve Zuckerman has resurfaced at SG Asia to assist the French firm in establishing a new acquisition and leveraged finance business in Australia, despite the global credit volatility which has drastically curbed appetite for debt linked to LBOs.

  • Zuckerman joins Citi

    Steve Zuckerman, formerly a director in SG Asia’s Sydney-based acquisition and leveraged finance team, has joined Citigroup as head of loans for Australia and New Zealand.

  • ZTO fails to deliver on debut

    ZTO fails to deliver on debut

    Chinese delivery company ZTO Express tumbled on its NYSE debut last Thursday after its US$1.4bn IPO, despite heavy oversubscription and above-range pricing.

  • Workers listen to their line manager, at a sorting centre of Zhongtong (ZTO) Express, Chaoyang District, Beijing.

    ZTO Express to deliver on US IPO

    ZTO Express may beat its US$1.3bn target from the biggest US listing from China in two years after generating a strong response early in bookbuilding.

  • Workers listen to their line manager as he prepares them for the upcoming Singles Day shopping festival, at a sorting centre of Zhongtong (ZTO) Express, Chaoyang District, Beijing.

    ZTO banks on scarcity value

    China’s ZTO Express has confidentially filed for an IPO in the US, hoping to stand out from its rivals as the only big Chinese express delivery company to list overseas.

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