The charity rock concert's latest gig showed off the talents of the financial services industry in Hong Kong last week. But fans might have to wait some time for the next show.
The charity rock concert showcasing the skills of the city's money men celebrated its third event and first anniversary last week.
Banking’s moonlighting musicians prepare for a spot of momentary fame at Finance Live in Hong Kong, with two performers offering a glimpse of their double lives.
Finance Live is set to showcase the hidden musical talent of Asia’s finance executives, who will rock out when the stock trading day is out, all in the name of charity.
Small and start-up Asian hedge funds are struggling to stay in the game, but industry executives say there are more opportunities for them to gain a foothold and raise capital.
Former CEO of Oppenheimer Investments Asia, Steve Bernstein, is to run a portfolio management services platform out of Hong Kong for Taiwanese firm SinoPac Holdings.
Robin Green from MF Global joins to drive Asia expansion. He is looking to hire equity and fixed income staff and replaces former CEO Steve Bernstein, who quit last December.
Broker-dealer Oppenheimer Investments Asia is busy bulking up sales, trading and wealth management coverage in the region to support its parent’s investment banking capabilities.
Oppenheimer & Co continues its international expansion with the appointment of Steve Bernstein as chief executive of Oppenheimer Investments in Asia.