by Thomas Zhang
Chinese securities firms are doing very good on the back of a surging stock market. But how do their employees fare? Have they also benefited?
The hiring requirements for Chinese banks don't look too different from their Western peers. But there are some "unspoken rules". We reveal some of them.
These are the most important people moves in Asian banking in the past week.
The RMB started a surprising devaluation this week. What does it mean to bankers, particularly to those based within China?
Searching into our database, we try to find out which Hong Kong university sends most of their graduates to the functions that generally employ more people.
Chinese securities firms are listing in Hong Kong one after another. We trawl through their websites to see what type of talents they are recruiting now.
Chinese bankers moving home from New York or London have found the transition much more difficult than they'd envisaged.
It's no news that young banking analysts are moving to PE firms in large scale. Yet some of them are quietly moving back to banks. What went wrong?
These are the most important people moves in Asian banking this week.