AustralianSuper promotes deputy equity head; StateSuper appoints senior manager for liquid alternatives; Afma appoints chief executive from Promontory Australia; Hang Seng Bank names new chief executive; HSBC appoints Southeast Asia head of sustainable finance; Ruffer to close HK office, head to retire; Bank of New Zealand CEO rejoins NAB as digital chief; and more.
As volatility returns sparked by the ongoing US-China trade dispute, investors require a compass to measure risks of Chinese companies listed on Hong Kong’s stock market.
Hang Seng Bank aims to add to its selection of alternatives funds and enhance its digital platform, says Rosita Lee, head of investment products and advisory.
China is regaining its lustre with clients, according to Rosita Lee, head of investment products and advisory business at Hang Seng Bank.
The bank will hold a 70% stake in, and has chosen a chief for, the first foreign-majority-owned joint-venture fund house in China, as offshore players mull how best to access mainland clients.
The head of investment products and advisory at Hang Seng Bank explains how her firm is tackling the challenge of educating Chinese investors under the mutual recognition of funds scheme.