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Emerging Markets

Locals tipped to win China private banking war

Business leaders share their thoughts and experiences on the challenges and opportunities in China’s private banking market at an industry forum in Hong Kong. They also pick likely winners in the race for business and talent.

  • 25 Nov 2009

The development of the private banking industry in China is very plainly in the hands of the regulators, not the providers.

Setting up a locally incorporated financial services firm in China is riddled with challenges, notably regulatory restrictions governing operating licences, products and services.

And then there is the shallowness ...

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Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
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2 Citi 7,243.90 28 10.05%
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4 Morgan Stanley 5,107.08 12 7.09%
5 Deutsche Bank 5,059.04 30 7.02%

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5 BBVA 1,735.39 3 0.00%

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4 Deutsche Bank 992.66 6 6.74%
5 JPMorgan 824.51 2 5.60%

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5 Deutsche Bank 97.18 17 0.00%

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1 Intesa Sanpaolo SpA 24.80 1 100.00%
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