HSBC Private Bank is hiring, an AI ETF comes to market, Nasdaq rally, top performing funds, venture capital woes, Dimon’s ironic short ban, Alibaba’s cloud is freed and much more.
Anglo-Asian lender appoints Silva as head of trust and fiduciary services for southeast Asia.
HSBC’s wealth business in Asia attracted $9.3bn of inflows in the first half of this year.
HSBC PB names new APAC credit advisory head; RBC Wealth adds to fixed income; StanChart PB replaces EMEA head; and T Rowe expands Australia team.
Noah hires; Krungthai loses; Thai investors’ outlook; Buy Europe; Volatility endures; Singapore’s population; Ant Financial IPO; LinkedIn lunacy and much more.
Private banking professionals at Citi, DBS, Deutsche Bank, HSBC and UBS discuss fixed income in the wake of the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic
The private bank division is on a hiring spree, with the ambitious goal of adding 700 more people in Asia over the next five years.
HSBC Private Banking has announced five senior appointments, four of them external hires.
Change at Permal, addition at Aberdeen Standard, Lazard loses, Credit Suisse relocates, St James’s Place pinches, Hydras of finance, Discretionary growth, UN PRI and much more…
In Asia-Pacific, Deutsche Bank Wealth Management has made 60 hires in six months, and the latest is Ingrid Widjaja for the role of Southeast Asia group head for client coverage.