23 April, 2021

Prime brokerage gets its wake-up call

Euromoney, April 23 2021 A sign of too much risk and exposure in a frothy market or just […]
20 November, 2020

Korean Air-Asiana Deal shows Domestic M&A Alive and Well

Euromoney, November 20, 2020 The proposed merger of Korean Air and Asiana Airlines has some interesting sub-plots to […]
14 August, 2020

Jarden and Credit Suisse go their Separate Ways in Australia

Euromoney, August 14 2020 A 30-year alliance came to an inevitable end on Friday when Credit Suisse Australia […]
23 June, 2020

Australia’s Covid Recovery Gives Banks a Head Start

Euromoney, June 23 2020 Just like the global financial crisis, Australia is emerging from Covid-19 more strongly than […]
21 October, 2019

China Joint Venture Timetable is Still on Track

Euromoney, October 21 2019 Many thought the trade war would have derailed the promise by the CSRC to […]
15 May, 2019

Pakistan IMF Bailout Comes as Foreign Banks Eye Opportunity

Euromoney, May 15 2019 The bidding for Pakistan’s power plant privatization shows that the country’s problems aren’t putting […]
9 May, 2019

50 Years of Asia: Alan Smith

Euromoney, May 9 2019 Read the full article here: https://www.euromoney.com/article/b1f9gzqxp101nn/alan-smith-pioneering-hong-kongs-markets It’s hard to recall now, but for more than […]
23 August, 2018

De Ferrari Ditches Credit Suisse for AMP – an Altogether Different Job

Euromoney, August 23 2018 Francesco de Ferrari was running private banking for Asia at Credit Suisse – arguably […]
1 June, 2001

The budget, the bull and the BSE: Asiamoney cover story, June 2001

Asiamoney cover story, June 2001 (with Saibal Dasgupta)  India’s groundbreaking, reformist budget has been followed not by momentum […]