Women make strides in workplace equality

Statistics show that more and more Indian women are heading for the corner office despite constraints on the work front as well as the home scenario.


Super funds still shunning women trustees

Women make up 46% of super fund members in Australia but they are still massively under-represented on fund trustee boards, reveals new research from SelectingSuper's research partner Rainmaker Information.


BNY Mellon names India head

With over 30 years of banking and financial services experience, Aneish has been with BNY Mellon since 1998.


Macquarie port manager exits fund

The Fund remains based on a model portfolio determined by a three-person portfolio manager team, comprising chief investment officer Brad Frishberg, Maple-Brown and the recently promoted Anthony Felton.


Nikko Asset Management appoints British CEO

joined the Firm in London in 2006 as President of the international offices, moving to Japan in 2010 to take direct control of Nikko AM’s rapidly growing Asian operations and the domestic Japanese institutional business.


Senior Asia Economist Departs UBS

"After more than a decade in this frenzied industry, I've decided to retire from investment banking in favor of a smaller and quieter role as an independent consultant on emerging markets,"


StanChart appoints regional head of consumer banking

Formerly the global head of small and medium enterprise (SME) banking, Som will be responsible for the strategic development and management of the bank's consumer banking business in Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand a