Stepping stone into China

November 7, 2005

Karina Robinson reports from Hong Kong on the incorporated banks’ mainland China strategies.
In July, Citigroup’s Hong Kong business incorporated itself as a Hong Kong bank so that it could do business in China.

China’s Top 10 movers and shakers/Part 2

October 3, 2005

ZHANG RUIMIN: CEO of Haier Group
Zhang Ruimin, 56, has been a famous figure in China for years for his role in building Haier into China’s largest electronics appliance maker.

China’s Top 10 movers and shakers

October 3, 2005

Kazuhiko Shimizu reports from Shanghai on the 10 VIPs of business and government in China.

New Riches- How China and the GCC will spend their megabucks

October 3, 2005

Bankers are already on the case of how China’s and the Gulf States’ huge reserves of foreign exchange can be put to best use.Stephen Timewell reports.

KPMG Report: Foreign Bank Branches in Japan

October 3, 2005

Research shows that foreign banks operating in Japan have found the going increasingly tough during the past 12 months while the US prepaid card market goes from strength to strength. Stephen Timewell explains.

Rising star of the CIS

October 3, 2005

Kazakhstan is one of the leading lights of the ex-Soviet Bloc, with such well-developed banking and pension sectors that they are searching for somewhere to invest their money.Ben Aris reports from Almaty.
The trees that cloak the buildings in central Almaty provide only limited protection from the hot midday sun, but Kazakhs window-shopping in the new Ramstore shopping mall at the top of the city’s slope beneath the Tien Shan mountains are keeping cool.

Oil money made to work for all

October 3, 2005

Prime Minister Dr Mari Alkatiri tells The Banker how the world’s newest nation will handle its burgeoning economy.

Timor-Leste: Asia’s newest nation spies oil

October 3, 2005

Simon Montlake reports from Dili on the government’s plans to turn petroleum wealth into long-term economic development in Asia’s poorest country.

A region returns to profitability

October 3, 2005

China usurps Australia for first time as the continent’s principal contributor to aggregate banking profits.

RBS buys 5% of Bank of China

September 5, 2005

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), the sixth largest bank in the world by Tier 1 capital in The Banker’s Top 1000, has spent $1.6bn on 5% of state-owned Bank of China.

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