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Saturday, 17 August 2019

People & Markets

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  • UBS: New private capital markets unit

    UBS is creating a dedicated private capital markets group to service pre-IPO companies, connecting its high-net-worth client base to private alternatives.

  • Fu resigns from China Citic

    Frederick Fu, general manager for real estate finance at China Citic Bank International, has resigned after more than a decade at the bank and is currently on gardening leave.

  • Citi sign

    Citigroup hires Teo for Asia resources

    Citigroup has named James Teo head of natural resources investment banking for Asia following the retirement of Jason Johnson.

  • ANZ, Citi and Deutsche cartel case heads for 'bigger courtroom'

    Aussie cartel case heads for 'bigger courtroom'

    A criminal cartel case against Australia and New Zealand Banking Group and the local units of Citigroup and Deutsche Bank was adjourned last Tuesday for further legal arguments ahead of a possible trial.

  • India plans US$10bn bank recap, help for shadow lenders

    India plans US$10bn bank recap

    The Indian government on July 5 announced a fresh capital infusion of about US$10bn into debt-burdened state banks and credit guarantees to support shadow lenders in a bid to boost lending and revive the economy.

  • MOVES-Huang joins HSBC

    Huang joins HSBC

    Jinzi Huang, a former loans banker at Credit Suisse, has joined HSBC as an associate director of structured finance and illiquid distribution, institutional credit sales, global markets.

  • So departs from China Citic

    Crystal So, assistant general manager in China Citic Bank International’s structured finance team in Hong Kong, has left the bank after almost 4-1/2 years.

  • National Development and Reform Commission: Curbs on offshore property bonds

    Chinese property developers, the country’s most active issuers of international bonds, are facing new restrictions on the use of offshore bond proceeds.

  • Australian Securities and Investments Commission: Banks face action for consumer abuse

    Australia’s corporate regulator threatened last Thursday to prosecute some of the country’s largest banks over their sales earlier this decade of consumer insurance products that it said had harmed customers.

  • Deutsche takes equity exit route

    Deutsche takes equity exit route

    Deutsche Bank is to close its equities trading and underwriting businesses in Asia Pacific as part of the German lender’s plan to cut 18,000 jobs at the corporate and investment bank over the next three years.