Warburg Dillon Read has moved John Holland, global head of Asian distribution for equities, to Hong Kong as part of efforts to boost its presence in Asia.Thursday, 27 April, 2000, 12:00am
Chris Elyatt has left his position as head of regional sales at BZW Asia, the second high-level departure in just over a month from the firm's equity team. Huw Jenkins, who was in charge of Asian equities at BZW Asia, earlier left to take up a similar position at SBC Warburg.
Mr Elyatt could not be reached for comment yesterday, but BZW Asia confirmed his resignation.25 Jul 1996 - 12:00am
SBC Warburg has shifted William McGrath, the head of its Taiwan office, to the newly created position of chief operating officer Asian Equities.
The announcement came in the second round of appointments made public by the firm this week.
Mr McGrath will work as part of a team headed by Huw Jenkins, who was named head of Asian equities earlier this week.22 Jun 1996 - 12:00am
Huw Jenkins will be named head of Asian equities at SBC Warburg, leaving a similar post at Barclays de Zoete Wedd, according to market sources.
The appointment comes nearly one year after SBC merged with Warburg, forming one of the few investment banking and broking operations with the weight to match the big US houses in the region.19 Jun 1996 - 12:00am
RECORDS for the 100 metres sprint collapsed on Sunday - not at an athletics track but at Kai Tak airport.
Anyone waiting at the airport to greet passengers from United Airlines flight 835 from San Francisco would have seen an unusual arrival.15 Nov 1995 - 12:00am
JUST two years ago, if visitors asked the question (and they all did), ' What will Hong Kong be like in 1997', they were treated to a fairly stock reply of: 'Look around. What you see now, you will see then, but more of it.' That's not the answer that comes so readily today. As the countdown becomes shorter, so the doubts begin to creep in. The 'what if. .16 Jun 1995 - 12:00am
THE affordability ratio for residential flats in the New Territories has reached its record high, suggesting the market is more vulnerable than ever to unforeseen surprises, according to a report by S. G. Warburg.3 Apr 1994 - 12:00am