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|... first detected late last year." South Korea's Early Coronavirus Wins Dim After Rash of New Cases (Wall Street Journal) "SEOUL -- South Korea, which largely succeeded in quelling the initial spread of the coronavirus, is back on the defensive, with ...|
|... head of the Australian and then Pan Asian equities desks for JPMorgan in Europe before becoming head of distribution in Seoul where he ran the equities trading and stockbroking businesses, according to Pendal. In October, Rebecca Fesq left as Pendal's ...|
|... and manage their accounts through personalised education and insights. Last month, IFM Investors opened a new office in Seoul and appointed a client relationship director. The Seoul office is led by Kelly Ki Jeong Lee. IFM chief executive Brett Himbury ...|
|IFM Investors has opened a new office in Seoul and appointed a client relationship director. The Seoul office will be led by Kelly Ki Jeong Lee. IFM chief executive Brett Himbury said he was "pleased to appoint an executive of Lee's experience and standing. ...|
|... marketplace recently launched in Sydney, complementing its existing Asia-Pacific operations in Bangalore, Beijing, Hong Kong, Seoul, Singapore and Tokyo. CME Group is led by Simon Raybould, who was previously a non-executive director at CME Europe and ...|
|... Liffe and MF Global. The Sydney office complements CME's existing Asia-Pacific operations in Bangalore, Beijing, Hong Kong, Seoul, Singapore and Tokyo. CME chief executive Terry Duffy said having a foothold in Sydney "puts us in a better position to ...|
|... highly concerned. New York Times bureau chief in South Korea, Choe Sang-Hun, had this to say when asked about the mood in Seoul given the latest threats: "Oh, people here are very calm and you know, you don't have a crisis here. If you stop people here ...|
|... financial markets - VIX up, equities down and bond yields lower. This was what I scribbled at the time: On his visit to Seoul, the US vice-president warned that: "The era of strategic patience is over. President Trump has made it clear that the patience ...|
|... Philadelphia, New York, San Francisco, San Diego, Las Vegas, Miami, London, Munich, Hong Kong, Rio de Janeiro, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, Seoul - and now Sydney. The firm employs more than 290 people and specialises in private markets services for sophisticated ...|
|... Headquartered in Chicago, the firm has additional offices in Los Angeles, London, Luxembourg, Frankfurt, Munich, Warsaw, Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, and Melbourne, employing more than 300 staff.|
A former New South Wales Treasury Corp executive has joined the prudential regulator as head of investment risk.
MLC Life has been handed a new group insurance mandate from a retail superannuation provider.
Pinnacle Investment Management has made a $3 million cornerstone investment in OpenInvest.
The Federal Reserve is restricting the investing activities of policymakers and senior staff, including banning them from holding or trading individual stocks and bonds.
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