Company: HSBC

Morning Coffee: Veteran female banker leaves HSBC Hong Kong

Anita Fung Yuen-mei, one of Hong Kong's leading female bankers, is leaving her role as chief executive of HSBC Hong Kong.

JPMorgan eyes new areas of expansion; private equity hiring heats up

In the latest hiring roundup, Barclays and BNY Mellon are hiring in Asia, private equity firms are hiring and Deloitte looks to grow its advisory business.

How this man made the executive board of HSBC aged just 30

Is consulting a good route into banking? Yes, says this man who used his consulting knowledge as a fast-track to banking promotions.

Where in the world do the top investment banks hire CFAs?

You have a CFA and want to work for a large investment bank? This is where you should base yourself.

Six finance firms with growth strategies in the Middle East

Not all international financial services firms are talking up expansion in the Middle East, so it's worth looking at those firms that are likely to be hiring in 2015.

HSBC’s huge hiring plans; Moelis on European push

In the latest hiring roundup, Moelis is growing in Europe, Barclays is adding headcount in Asia and HSBC reveals aggressive risk and compliance plans.

HSBC hires giraffe-campaigning trader to lead transactional FX business

HSBC has made another significant investment banking hire, poaching from Deutsche Bank.

How to get a junior compliance job at a bank in Hong Kong or Singapore

Compliance jobs are in high demand in Singapore and Hong Kong. Here's how to break into the function as a graduate.

Morning Coffee: Asian compliance jobs boom not cooling in fourth quarter

A continued flow of compliance jobs from HSBC and Standard Chartered is boosting the employment market in Singapore and Hong Kong in Q4.

HSBC’s compliance binge and how you can get a 6 figure compliance job

HSBC has been doing some big compliance recruitment. How can you get in on the compliance jobs boom?

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