Jardine Fleming hired many local executives from wealthy mainland families and privileged British expatriates. Photo: SCMP Pictures Jardine Fleming hired many local executives from wealthy mainland families and privileged British expatriates. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Jardine Fleming hired many local executives from wealthy mainland families and privileged British expatriates. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Peter Guy
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Peter Guy

Princeling hirings the road to success for investment banks?

Recruiting too many rich children may be a drag on investment banks as most of them don't have true ambition or uncompromising work ethic

Jardine Fleming hired many local executives from wealthy mainland families and privileged British expatriates. Photo: SCMP Pictures Jardine Fleming hired many local executives from wealthy mainland families and privileged British expatriates. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Jardine Fleming hired many local executives from wealthy mainland families and privileged British expatriates. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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Peter Guy

Peter Guy

Peter Guy is a financial writer and former international banker