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Susan Chan remains in post at Deutsche Bank following job losses in Hong Kong and Japan as asset classes are consolidated into one structured products group
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An unwavering commitment to structured products based on any asset class and innovations in the institutional market lie at the heart of Société Générale's success in Japan. According to its own calculations, the bank had structured around 13% of...
Innovative products pulling in more than $950 million in Taiwan and $1.4 billion in Japan illustrate UBS's commitment to strengthening its foothold across Asia. Despite difficult market conditions and a marked slowdown in activity in parts of the region,...
Doing business in Asia as a European bank is far from easy. Not only are investors increasingly concerned about counterparty risk, but the credibility of Europe's banking system has been shot at from a multitude of angles over the past few months. In...
Tetsu Emori, chief fund manager at commodities-focused asset manager Astmax, talks to Energy Risk about the firm’s trading strategy and his commodities outlook for Asian investors
Technology can provide a competitive advantage in banking. How it is applied by Tier 1 and Tier 2 institutions, to the benefit for their risk management systems, is discussed.
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