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Saturday, 17 August 2019

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  • SPDB hires So as head of syndicated finance

    Crystal So has joined Shanghai Pudong Development Bank as head of syndicated finance, overseeing origination and distribution.

  • Samaga departs from Axis

    Manjunath Samaga, head of financial institutions for North Asia at Axis Bank, has left the Indian lender after 13 years.

  • ANZ appoints director in Australia loan syndications team

    Australia and New Zealand Banking Group’s Paul Brickell has transferred to the bank’s loan syndications team, replacing Nelly Harapoff, who recently relocated to Singapore.

  • ANZ appoints South-East Asia head

    Australia and New Zealand Banking Group’s Singapore CEO and head of South-East Asia, India and the Middle East David Green is leaving the bank.

  • APRA: Macquarie, HSBC, Rabobank censured

    Australia’s banking regulator has instructed Macquarie Group and the local units of HSBC and Rabobank to tighten their local funding arrangements, in an unusual public disclosure of an enforcement action.

  • Australia moves to defer bonuses

    Australia’s prudential regulator said it intends to prescribe stricter terms on the executive pay policies of the country’s large banks, retirement funds and insurers as it seeks to enhance accountability in the financial sector.

  • StanChart hires from UBS in financial markets team

    Standard Chartered has hired Tony Hall as global head of macro trading within its financial markets unit from UBS.

  • Temasek hires PE executive for South-East Asia role

    Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings has hired private equity firm General Atlantic’s South-East Asia head, Wai Hoong Fock, as a managing director, Reuters reported, citing unnamed sources.

  • CBIRC: Shareholder disclosure norms tightened

    China has tightened ownership regulations of unlisted commercial banks as regulators intensify a crackdown on financial risk following the recent state takeover of a regional lender that has caused major ripples in the nation’s financial markets.

  • NAB hires Brad Peel for corporate DCM team

    National Australia Bank has hired Brad Peel as director for corporate debt capital markets, based in Sydney.