Credit Suisse to Hire for Wealth Management

Osama Abbasi, Asia Pacific chief executive officer at Credit Suisse Group AG, talks about the company's business strategy for the region and the Asian investment conference that the bank is hosting this week in Hong Kong.


Banks strive for concessions in Asia

KEB is considering enhancing “the private banking business, focused on wealthy Koreans residing in countries such as Japan, Indonesia and Hong Kong.”


China 'wealth exodus' underestimated

The scale of the exodus of wealth from China caused by investor immigration is much larger than previous estimated, according to China Daily's interviews with emigration agents and experts.


China wealth fund nears buying assets in Poland

Warsaw, looking for buyers for state assets, has recently reached out to Chinese players to bring funds to Poland, giving the Asian giant an opportunity to test the investment waters in the real economy in Europe.


Wealth management in exotic Singapore

Singapore, a city-state with a population of 5 million (about one million of whom are temporary guest workers in construction, domestic help, and other unskilled occupations), now has one of the highest standards of living in the world.


Asia-Pacific Billionaires: Net-Net Negative

Choppy stock markets took the sheen off the world’s new billionaire factory, ­the Asia-Pacific region, with three dozen Chinese and nine Indians dropping from last year’s list.


UOB targets rising rich with wealth centres

United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB) today said that it has added $260 million in assets under management (AUM) and attracted 25,000 customers in the first three months since the launch of its wealth banking segment.


Japan's Visionary Real Estate Billionaire Minoru Mori Dies

Taikichiro was a scholar who taught economics; though initially unprepared to take over the family real estate business (his father invested in real estate post WWII), he left university life and founded Mori Building in 1959, developing Tokyo’s Min