Saturday, 17 August 2019

People & Markets

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  • Former BAML Australia sponsors head to join JP Morgan

    Annabelle Mooney is joining JP Morgan to lead its corporate client banking and specialised industries team within the Australia commercial bank.

  • Nomura's Q1 profit jumps tenfold

    Nomura's Q1 profit jumps tenfold

    Nomura recorded a more than tenfold surge in net profit for its fiscal first quarter on a strong performance in wholesale banking, in marked contrast to last year’s dire performance.

  • JP Morgan bolsters Aussie equities

    JP Morgan has bolstered its equities team Down Under with four hires, including two executives recently let go from Deutsche Bank.

  • CLSA commences Australia rebuild

    CLSA commences Australia rebuild

    CLSA has begun the task of rebuilding its depleted Australia team, swooping in to pick up a number of research analysts that recently left Deutsche Bank.

  • Credit Suisse's Asia IB revenues up 16%

    Credit Suisse recorded a double-digit increase in investment banking revenue in Asia during the second quarter, offsetting a more subdued performance in its markets division.

  • Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group: Q1 profit rises on bond sales

    Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group last Wednesday posted a 24% jump in first-quarter profit helped by the sale of foreign bonds and other one-off gains.

  • Singapore Exchange: Derivatives boost Q4 results

    Singapore Exchange reported a 24% rise in net profit for the quarter ended June, boosted by a strong performance at its derivatives business, while its securities business also improved.

  • DHFL submits restructuring plan

    Dewan Housing Finance Corporation has submitted a restructuring plan to its core committee of creditors, Reuters reported citing two sources involved in the matter, and lead lenders are deliberating over the plan.

  • Deutsche sets out investment bank leadership team

    Mark Fedorcik, who was recently put in charge of Deutsche Bank's investment bank to oversee the restructuring of the business, has set out his leadership team.

  • CIMB Group dismisses Hong Kong IB team

    CIMB Group, Malaysia’s second-biggest bank in asset terms, has dismissed its investment banking team in Hong Kong in response to strong competition in North Asia, according to people familiar with the situation.