SG in China hires Joan Xia and transfers HK’s Yang Liu

  • 21 Feb 2003
In a bid to expand its corporate and investment banking business in China, SG has hired Joan Xia from FleetBoston Financial and transferred Yang Liu from its Hong Kong office. The two appointments are part of SG's strategy to distinguish itself from other foreign bank entrants into ...

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