Credit Suisse’s ambitious hiring spree in Asian private banking – announced only last October – has already began in earnest.
More Hong Kong bankers are set to leave their jobs after receiving bad bonuses, and more vacancies will open us as banks scramble to find replacements.
More young bankers in Hong Kong and Singapore are looking to become entrepreneurs as leaving banking becomes more culturally acceptable.
Are you looking to land a more senior job in financial services or move into a more dynamic part of the sector? An MBA from CUHK can help get you there.
Do you want a junior banking job in Singapore where big pay rises are still on the cards? These are the roles you should be working in.
Junior candidates in Hong Kong and Singapore haven't been put off applying to European banks that are cutting back in their cities.
If you want to look the part in a bank in Asia, here are some dress code rules to follow.
Private banks in Asia are increasingly looking to tap candidates who have family advisory experience, but talent is thin on the ground.
Is your analyst rotation about to end in Hong Kong or Singapore? You may now be more in demand than you think.
Which overseas universities are proving the most popular with banks hiring 20-somethings in Singapore?
As Barclays, Deutsche Bank and Standard Chartered trim their teams in Asia, the occasional firm is looking to pick up talent.