Liz Mak

Liz is the senior finance reporter responsible for the Post's coverage for banking and financial developments in the Greater China region. She has an active track record working with the region's financial industry and institutional investor community since 2005.
Liz Mak
Liz is the senior finance reporter responsible for the Post's coverage for banking and financial developments in the Greater China region. She has an active track record working with the region's financial industry and institutional investor community since 2005.

Latest from Liz Mak

Timothy Tse resigns as CEO of Hong Kong fund house Value Partners
China’s big 5 banks lost 274 billion yuan in bad debt write-offs in first nine months
Minsheng Bank Q3 profit rises 3.4pc, thanks in part to reduced tax bill
Agricultural Bank’s Q3 profit inches up 0.65pc, lifted by reduced costs, higher fee income
China Merchants Bank Q3 profit jumps 7pc, bolstered by fee and commission income
Bank of Communications’ Q3 net profit rises as restructuring spurred units to earn more fees
ICBC’s net profit for third quarter falls 0.07pc to 72.8 billion yuan
JPMorgan looks to exit China securities joint venture
Auto financing finds traction in China
Hong Kong petition for same-sex spousal visas finds few signatories among banks
Borrow money for IPO? Shanghai Port pays the price with a rating cut
Overseas assets at China’s big five banks close to 10 trillion yuan, but they are still playing catch up
China gives green light for credit default swaps
Hedge fund Elliott Advisors’ case against Bank of East Asia comes to court
Hong Kong banks told to improve their game when it comes to competing for China business
Economist Stiglitz warns of winners and losers as Asia pursues greater economic integration
Trump presidency would spell trouble for China’s economy, says Daiwa economist
China’s Postal Savings Bank taps mainland institutional support for US$8.1b IPO amid market concerns over risks
Hong Kong snares world’s largest IPO this year with Postal Savings Bank’s US$8.1 billion offer
Cathay Pacific and Dragonair ban use of new Samsung Galaxy phones on planes
Up, up and away: Hong Kong residential flat prices rise on aggressive financing
Banking regulator launches debt committee plan to better handle troubled borrowers
Global bankers pledge expertise to foster standardised Silk Road bond
China’s state-owned banks cut thousands of jobs as profit growth slows
Harbin Bank leads US$1.5 billion syndicated loan to Russian state bank, offering lifeline amid EU sanctions
Bank of China (HK) set to continue loan war in second half as competitors turn conservative
Media analytics may provide low-cost tool for financial regulators
Guangfa Bank sees its chairman, president resign as China Life assumes control
Bank of China accelerates international push as domestic revenues tumble
China’s major banks look to non-interest income for growth as rates liberalisation crimps profit margins