Lynette Yeo

Director of BU corporates and capital markets - global origination


Saturday, 12 May, 2007, 12:00am


David Katiforis

Head of payments and cash management

HSBC Singapore

Mr Katiforis was previously head of payments and cash management in Australia. Before that, he was a global relationship manager at HSBC Bank Australia's corporate institutional banking unit.

Wendy Booth

Head of payments and cash management

1 Jan 2007 - 12:00am


Steven Siew-Key Chan

Executive director

Asia Mobility Initiative

Mr Chan will lead the alliance of mobile operators to develop products. He is on secondment from Singapore's MobileOne.

Sam Shan

Chinese equity analyst

Atlantis Investment Management

6 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

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'The IMF made wrong calculations and prescribed wrong medicines. This did not happen just in Thailand but also in Indonesia and South Korea.' Suchart Thadathamrongvej an economist at Bangkok's Ramkamhaeng University.

21 Feb 1999 - 12:00am

Exchange appoints members

The stock exchange yesterday said that ABN-Amro Asia Securities (Hong Kong) managing director David Roberts had been appointed to its council to replace Philip Tose, who resigned in January.

2 Apr 1998 - 12:00am

Bank to issue US$120m in floating rate notes

THE Industrial Bank of Korea has signed a subscription agreement for the issue of US$120 million in floating rate notes in Hong Kong tomorrow. The notes carry coupon of 0.3 per cent a year over the six-month London interbank offered rate and will mature in August 1997.

They will be listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.

18 Aug 1994 - 12:00am

Syndication is launched

SYNDICATION of a four-year $1 billion loan was launched yesterday for Hang Lung Treasury, arranged by Barclays Bank, Societe Generale Asia and Westdeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale.

Interest margin was 82.5 basis points over Hong Kong Inter-bank Offered Rate. The loan was guaranteed by Hang Lung Development.

19 Jul 1994 - 12:00am

Britain keen on subway finance job

BRITAIN is vying to finance the US$1 billion Guangzhou Metro project in a move that could take funding away from the territory.

Chartered WestLB managing director Peter Godwin said that depending on the methods of financing used, capital would either be raised in Hongkong or masterminded out of London.

7 Jan 1993 - 12:00am