Offshore and cross-border RMB business has long been a badge of merit, and HSBC leads the pack.
HSBC’s Sino-foreign joint venture has been approved at last, almost two years after the project was announced.
European wealth managers are battling it out in Asia but North America is where private banking revenues are.
Chinese fintechs have been redrawing the map of financial services for a while now, and Tencent has just added the latest amendment.
Why did CIMB sell half its international brokerage business to China Galaxy? It is a coincidence of interests: survival on one side, expansion on the other.
A falling number of corporates are choosing to list on the Taiwan Stock Exchange.
Pacific island states like Kiribati, the Cook Islands and Palau are among the most exposed in the world to climate change.
No nation is more at risk from rising seas than the Maldives.
Traditional supply flows are being overhauled by the introduction of real-time payment mechanisms.
The bank for Hongkongers has long been overshadowed by big brother HSBC, but even rivals consider it the best investment the global giant ever made.
The Moody’s downgrade of China in May has given investors plenty to think about.
The country’s wealth management industry has grown fast – and just as quickly built up a bad reputation.
In a rare meeting with foreign media, two banks in Changchun, Bank of Jilin and Jilin JiuTai Rural Commercial Bank talk about shadow banking, toeing the Beijing party line and why a stockmarket listing in Hong Kong can be a poisoned chalice.
China’s bond markets may be set for explosive growth, but investors still have plenty to worry about.
Elliott Management’s court case against Sir David Li’s Bank of East Asia pits the aggressive new world of activist investment against one of Hong Kong’s most venerable institutions.