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BCB set for roadshow to promote bond issue

BUMIPUTRA-COMMERCE Bank Bhd (BCB) is expected to go on a roadshow to six cities, beginning with Hong Kong on Monday, to invite foreign investors to subscribe to its US dollar bond issue aimed at raising between US$250mil and US$350mil.


China’s PICC aims for listing in HK

People's Insurance Co of China (PICC), the country's largest property insurer, is aiming for a stock listing in Hong Kong in early November, banking sources said yesterday.


US investment banks post strong Q3 profit increase

US investment banks Morgan Stanley and Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc have reported third-quarter profits that were more than double those a year ago, while earnings at rival Goldman Sachs Group Inc increased more modestly as revenue from bond trading fell sharply.


Japan yen stance at a crossroads

Japan's efforts to curb the yen's strength through currency market intervention have reached a crossroads, with its Group of Seven (G7) partners calling for flexible exchange rates and a new finance minister taking charge.


HSBC to shed staff in corporate finance, investment restructure

B>LONDON:/B HSBC, the world's second largest bank by market value, has begun to shed corporate finance and other investment banking staff as part of a restructuring.


NYSE chief quits under fire

B>NEW YORK: /B>New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) chairman Richard Grasso has resigned in the face of a growing outcry among investors, regulators and top Wall Street companies over his US$140mil pay package.


Morgan Stanley says Malaysia should focus more on SMEs

THE restructuring of the Malaysian economy and its banks since the 1997/98 Asian financial crisis has been a success, but the country now needs to focus on smaller companies for it to enjoy the next wave of growth, said Morgan Stanley Singapore managing director Michael Dee.


Aussie bankers drool as deals loom

Australia's investment bankers are lining up to get a piece of the action of an estimated A$25bil in deals: two of the Asia-Pacific's biggest takeovers this year and the capital raisings needed to pay for them.


HSBC Malaysia eyes investment banking

HSBC Malaysia is keeping a sharp eye on the investment banking scene, especially for any potential early opening up of the sector to foreign banks, says Zarir J. Cama, deputy chairman and chief executive officer of HSBC Malaysia.

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Arroyo’s hubby: I’m innocent

President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's husband testified yesterday before the Philippine Senate, denying what he called trumped-up allegations that he is corrupt.