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Wealth Management and Private Banking Reporter — Wall Street Journal

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

Citigroup Names Head of Global Retail Banking and Mortgage Unit

wsj.com — Retail and mortgage business will operate as a single global product line Citigroup Inc. named on Thursday the head of its global retail banking and Asia Pacific consumer business, Jonathan Larsen, to lead a combined retail banking and mortgage group.

Hong Kong Regulator Opposes Stock Exchange’s Proposed Rule Change

wsj.com — HONG KONG-Hong Kong's securities regulator said Thursday it objected to a plan put forward by the city's stock exchange to allow dual-class shares and other weighted-voting structures in certain circumstances, potentially dealing a fatal blow to the proposal.

J.P. Morgan in Talks to Settle Case Over Steering Investment Products

wsj.com — J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. is in talks with the Securities and Exchange Commission to settle a probe into whether the bank inappropriately steered private-banking clients to its own investment products, people familiar with the matter said. The regulator has been examining J.P.

Citigroup Looks to Asia to Grow Wealth Management

wsj.com — The U.S. bank plans to double the number of wealth-management clients in Asia to one million Citigroup Inc. plans to double the number of wealth-management clients in Asia in the next five years to one million, as the bank seeks to capitalize on growing affluence in the region.

As Brokerage Preps for IPO, the Negatives Are Lacking

wsj.com — A small New York brokerage planning to sell shares to the public is pitching an unusual business model: It doesn't allow analysts to issue any negative ratings on the hundreds of stocks they follow. To some, including a former employee who has filed a whistleblower complaint with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Sidoti & Co.

Even As It Cuts, HSBC Bulks Up In Asia

blogs.wsj.com — HSBC Holdings PLC may be scaling back in countries and businesses around the world, according to a strategy unveiled on Tuesday, but Asia is one area the bank is bullish on. Executives on Tuesday repeatedly referenced the bank's "pivot to Asia," -a move they say has already been taking place and which is set to increase further in coming years.

HSBC to cut 50,000 jobs as part of overhaul

HSBC to Cut at Least 22,000 Jobs

wsj.com — Bank aims to reduce risk-weighted assets of about $290 billion HSBC Holdings PLC on Tuesday announced a major overhaul of its global operations, with plans to cut its risk-weighted assets, exit markets such as Turkey, and ring-fence its U.K. bank, as it moves to improve the profitability of its sprawling operations.

UBS Increases Stake in China Securities Joint Venture

wsj.com — UBS has raised its stake in its Chinese securities venture to just under 25%, increasing its bet on the firm as China's stock markets soar.

Top Regulator Swaps Hong Kong for London

blogs.wsj.com — Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission, the city's regulatory watchdog, has built up a reputation for being a much more proactive gatekeeper in recent years. Now it will lose its second top official to the U.K.'s securities watchdog in five years.
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Jun 30, 2015

RT @SarahGrahamHK: INFOGRAPHIC: How dragon boating evolved from an ancient Chinese tradition into a global sport ow.ly/P1ewC pic.twitter.com/m0wnPuUVUA

Jun 26, 2015

RT @DPD_: it's telling that brands changed their twitter avatars in support of gay people AFTER this issue was settled, not before. enjoy the weekend!

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