1 January, 2007
Shaukat Aziz, Pakistan prime minister: Institutional Investor, December 2006
1 October, 2007

Mahathir Mohamad, Emerging Markets, October 2007

Emerging Markets, October 2007 Putrajaya is a curious place. Though few outside of Malaysia have heard of it, […]
1 September, 2007

Green finance: cleaning up in China – Euromoney, September 2007

Euromoney magazine, part of cover story, September 2007 China is well known for its opportunism, but it takes […]
1 April, 2007

China’s rainmakers – Euromoney, April 2007

Euromoney magazine cover story, April 2007  In the fluid and competitive world of China investment banking, new hires […]
1 January, 2007

Shaukat Aziz, Pakistan prime minister: Institutional Investor, December 2006

Institutional Investor, December2006/January 2007 Shaukat Aziz became Pakistan’s prime minister in 2004. A Karachi-born career banker and a […]
1 September, 2006

The Shariah scholar cartel: Asiamoney, September 2006

Asiamoney, September 2006 Author’s note: the boxes containing the interviews with the scholars are embedded in this story […]
16 March, 2005

Ethical funds melt down over uranium – AFR, March 2005

1 May, 2002

So who won? Singapore banking turns nasty. Asiamoney, May 2002

SO WHO WON?  As the dust settles on Singapore’s surprisingly acrimonious bout of banking consolidation, who has come […]
1 May, 2002

Why Hynix ran out on Micron: Asiamoney, May 2002

Asiamoney cover story, May 2002  The decision of Hynix’s board to reject a deal with Micron, just a […]
1 November, 2001

Can Leung and Ren get Salomon back into China? Asiamoney, November 2001

Asiamoney, cover story, November 2001 Salomon Smith Barney has spent big – symbolically big – on two established […]
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 […]
1 February, 2001

Bank consolidation, Korea-style: Asiamoney, February 2001

Asiamoney cover story, February 2001  Korea’s government has announced the “second stage” of its financial restructuring programme, starting […]
1 September, 2000

Angry, driven, smart – and gone. Kwik Kian Gie, Indonesian finance minister, Asiamoney, September 2000

Asiamoney, September 2000 Kwik Kian Gie was the highest-ranking ethnic Chinese in the Indonesian government: an outspoken economic […]