by Thomas Zhang
He was a very successful young Chinese trader on Wall Street. But he gave it up and returned to China to start his own personal stylist business.
These are the Chinese bankers who have made it at international banks in Asia.
Investment banking in China is never like before. A slowing down economy, coupled with tightened regulation, is forcing bankers to change and adapt.
The most important moves across the Asian financial sector in the past week.
A fake Goldman Sachs came to light in China. Meanwhile, a Chinese local securities firm who aspires to be China's Goldman Sachs sinks into trouble.
For Chinese bankers who don't want to take investment banking as a life-long career, we look at some of the possible exit routes available to them.
Chinese banks are expanding into the world and relocate staff from China to abroad. But these expat staff are managed under a different set of HR rules.
PE has been a hit in China. But not everyone follows this fashion. While many young bankers go into PE, one man has left and started his juice business.
These are the most important people moves in Asian banking in the past week.
Chinese securities firms have benefited immensely from the active A-share stock market this year. They dominate the ranks of who earned the most revenues.