Southpaw: Banks step up quest for top talent for Asia

Investment banking fee pools in Asia have doubled this year — good news for Western investment banks that are locked in a talent battle to gain the upper hand in a war for market share. But they had reckoned without local banks making the biggest strides in 2010, while reduced levels of deal activity following recent market volatility will prove a test of their patience. Not everyone can win, says David Rothnie.

  • 18 Jun 2010

Growth in Asia has been a strategic priority for investment banks for more than a decade, but with firms battered by the financial crisis, declining margins and the rise of regulation, this time they must deliver in one of the last frontiers for foreign banks.

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