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“Chinese banks dominate Hong Kong hiring. There’s no debate now”
by / on 11/09/2017 at 15:00 / in The Review

“Chinese banks dominate Hong Kong hiring. There’s no debate now”

I’ve been headhunting in Hong Kong banking for about 15 years having moved here from the UK. Aside from the immediate aftermath of the financial crisis, I haven’t come across a time where the big global banks were adding new headcount more slowly than they are today.   Yes, there is some hiring of Chinese coverage bankers, but much of it is to replace people who have left for the corporate […]

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Chinese banks are hiring on Wall Street, but there’s a catch
by / on 15/02/2017 at 13:00 / in The Review

Chinese banks are hiring on Wall Street, but there’s a catch

While U.S. and European banks alike have been shedding headcount in leveraged finance, Chinese banks are pushing ahead with hiring on Wall Street. There’s just one catch – you need to speak Mandarin. Chinese banks are targeting bilingual experienced bankers in leveraged finance, primarily U.S. citizens or those with permanent residencies. Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), China Construction […]

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