Hong Kong stocks closed the midday session slightly higher on Thursday as North Korean threats and upcoming central bank meetings weighed on market sentiment. The Hang Seng Index added 0.1 per cent, or 31.5 points, to 27,645.26 in the Thursday morning ... ( read original story ...)
Banking giant HSBC’s UK office also said in a statement on Wednesday that it would no longer use Bell Pottinger. HSBC’s Hong Kong office echoed their British counterparts. “HSBC has used Bell Pottinger for specific projects in the past but will not ... ( read original story ...)
The comment, in a statement issued on Tuesday, came one day after China’s central bank banned ICOs out of concerns over financial risks and stability “We are concerned about an increase in the use of ICOs to raise funds in Hong Kong and elsewhere ... ( read original story ...)
A proposal by Hong Kong and mainland China’s stock exchanges to let investors partake in initial public offerings in each other’s markets has been given an added impetus by the prospect of attracting the US$2 trillion Saudi Aramco to raise funds in the ... ( read original story ...)
Not all Hong Kong banking jobs are boring ... banking job for an RM who has been in the game for at least a decade. Like all private banks, Hang Seng wants someone who can grow their HNW client base and has strong sales skills. You will also need to ... ( read original story ...
The Primary Equity Connect (PEC) will undoubtedly be revolutionary. The link, which will effectively allow Mainland investors to directly participate in Hong Kong IPOs, could bring immense change to the city’s equity market. The leading upside is diversity. ( read original story ...)
Hong Kong has for years been attracting food tourists. And now, food investors as well. Since the beginning of July, six companies in the food and beverage sector have applied to float their shares on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, according to the ... ( read original story ...)