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Asia Banking and Finance Reporter — Wall Street Journal

@WSJ reporter, covering Asia banking and finance. julie.steinberg@wsj.com. Opinions are my own, not my employer's.

Asia’s Investment Banks Face Year of Living Cautiously

wsj.com — DOW JONES, A NEWS CORP COMPANY News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services.
Feb 05, 2016

RT @JBSteins: Asia’s Investment Banks Face Year of Living Cautiously wsj.com/articles/asias…

Feb 06, 2016

Nice round up>> Asia’s investment banks face year of living cautiously on.wsj.com/1nRvAjY via @WSJ

Feb 06, 2016

Asia’s investment banks face year of living cautiously wsj.com/articles/asias… via @JBSteins

Chinese companies are shopping abroad at record pace

efinancialnews.com — Chinese companies have launched a record wave of foreign acquisitions in the first few weeks of 2016 as they seek inroads into overseas markets amid China's slowing economy and falling currency.

Chinese Companies Shopping Abroad at Record Pace

wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Acquisitions have totaled $67.99 billion so far this year, the strongest volume ever for this period Chinese companies have launched a record wave of foreign acquisitions in the first few weeks of 2016 as they aggressively seek inroads into overseas markets amid China's slowing economy and falling currency.
Feb 03, 2016

Our take on ChemChina: Chinese Companies Shopping Abroad at Record Pace wsj.com/articles/chine…

Feb 03, 2016

China’s outbound M&A has totaled $67.99 billion so far this year, the strongest volume ever for this period on.wsj.com/1JYdqqw

Feb 03, 2016

Maybe if JAB didn’t make a bid for $GMCR, these guys would have wsj.com/articles/chine…

Feb 03, 2016

Syngenta Tops List in Chinese Firm's Global Buying Spree on.wsj.com/1mcWEIK via @WSJ

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HSBC Joins the Ranks of Top Advisers With ChemChina-Syngenta Deal

wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. HSBC leaps to No. 2 in the China M&A rankings and Asia M&A league tables HONG KONG-Long regarded as a sleepy commercial bank in Asia, HSBC Holdings PLC has vaulted into the top ranks of takeover deal makers in China in the past year.
Feb 03, 2016

HSBC makes hay with big role on the ChemChina-Syngenta deal on.wsj.com/1mcXqFL

Feb 03, 2016

HSBC emerges a winner: HSBC Joins the Ranks of Top Advisers With ChemChina-Syngenta Deal wsj.com/articles/hsbc-…

Feb 03, 2016

RT @JBSteins: HSBC emerges a winner: HSBC Joins the Ranks of Top Advisers With ChemChina-Syngenta Deal wsj.com/articles/hsbc-…

Feb 05, 2016

ChemChina's $43b takeover of Syngenta vaults once-sleepy HSBC into top ranks of deal advisers on.wsj.com/1mcXqFL w/ @JBSteins

Hong Kong regulator censures Goldman Sachs

efinancialnews.com — Hong Kong's securities regulator on Tuesday publicly censured an Asian unit of Goldman Sachs for misconduct while serving as a financial adviser to Hong Kong lender Wing Hang Bank during its $5 billion buyout by Singapore's Oversea-Chinese Banking.

Hong Kong Regulator Censures Goldman Sachs

wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. No fines or penalties levied for misconduct during work on Wing Hang Bank buyout HONG KONG-Hong Kong's securities regulator on Tuesday publicly censured Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
Feb 02, 2016

Goldman Sachs censured in Hong Kong for misconduct during $5b Wing Hang takeover $GS on.wsj.com/1nCGmtE via @JBSteins

Feb 02, 2016

Goldman Sachs Hong Kong unit censured by HK securities reg for misconduct during $5b Wing Hang deal $GS on.wsj.com/1nCGmtE by @JBSteins

Feb 02, 2016

RT @rickcarew: Goldman Sachs Hong Kong unit censured by HK securities reg for misconduct during $5b Wing Hang deal $GS on.wsj.com/1nCGmtE by @JBSteins

Global banks push to manage Asians’ rising wealth

efinancialnews.com — Amid slumping Asian markets and a dimmer outlook for deals this year, bankers in Asia are going back to basics: managing money for wealthy clients. Global banks from Goldman Sachs to Standard Chartered are deploying new tactics to gather more assets from Asia's wealthy families.

Global Banks Push to Manage Asians’ Rising Wealth

wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Firms hire more private bankers, seek to show clients advice is needed in turbulent markets; handing out perks HONG KONG-Amid slumping Asian markets and a dimmer outlook for deals this year, bankers in Asia are going back to basics: managing money for wealthy clients.
Jan 24, 2016

Global banks are pushing to manage Asians’ rising wealth on.wsj.com/1KyyHlu via @WSJ

Jan 24, 2016

Global banks are pushing to manage more of Asians’ rising wealth as markets and deals outlook sours on.wsj.com/1KyyHlu via @JBSteins

Jan 24, 2016

RT @rickcarew: Global banks are pushing to manage more of Asians’ rising wealth as markets and deals outlook sours on.wsj.com/1KyyHlu via @JBSteins

Jan 24, 2016

RT @rickcarew: Global banks are pushing to manage more of Asians’ rising wealth as markets and deals outlook sours on.wsj.com/1KyyHlu via @JBSteins

Jan 24, 2016

"In Asia-Pacific,wealth management is going to grow.It’s one thing that is a constant,” says @keith_pogson on.wsj.com/1KyyHlu @JBSteins

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Barclays to close several businesses in Asia and cut 250 jobs

efinancialnews.com — Barclays is closing its cash equities businesses in Asia and completely pulling out of two markets in the region, according to people familiar with the matter and a letter sent out to clients Thursday and viewed by The Wall Street Journal.

Barclays to close some Asian operations, cut 250 jobs

marketwatch.com — Barclays PLC is closing its cash equities businesses in Asia and completely pulling out of two markets in the region, according to people familiar with the matter and a letter sent out to clients Thursday and viewed by The Wall Street Journal.
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Feb 10, 2016

RT @andypeaps: Why declining Chinese oil production is good for global prices on.wsj.com/1nX11Jb via @WSJ

Feb 08, 2016

RT @JessicaValenti: "Ghomeshi kept files on women in case they would later accuse him of violence." canadalandshow.com/article/why-di… Such an important piece

Feb 08, 2016

RT @qz: This solar innovation by a Swedish artist uses surprisingly simple technology to save lives qz.com/608984

Feb 07, 2016

RT @Lingling_Wei: China’s forex reserves look less than abundant on reserves to M2 ratio, Chinese economist warns on.wsj.com/1Q0UbZB via @WSJ

Feb 06, 2016

RT @moorehn: This account by a Baylor student who was raped is chilling. The university's response is awful. musingsofstef.blogspot.com/2016/02/i-was-…

Feb 04, 2016

Intended areas of growth for @csapac: Japan and China, says APAC CEO Sitohang.

Feb 04, 2016

.@CreditSuisse holding firm on Asia strategy, despite market volatility. APAC CEO Sitohang does acknowledge potential short-term effects


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