Friday, August 23, 2013

Why princelings are disappearing from the investment banks - Wei Gu

Wei Gu
Wei Gu
When the US financial authorities went after investment bank JPMorgan for hiring princelings in China - the sons and daughters of high officials - many in China scratched their heads. Hiring princelings was common practise, but is now reversing because of the changes in the banking business, WSJ's Wei Gu discovers in a discussion Tjun Tang of the Boston Consulting group.

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After GSK got into trouble with China's authorities in July for large-scale corruption, foreign firms have been complaining they are singled out for anti-corruption actions by the government. At the +China Weekly Hangout China veteran Janet Carmosky and sustainability professor +Richard Brubaker explored on August 22 whether that complain is correct. Moderation by +Fons Tuinstra Fons Tuinstra, president of the China Speakers Bureau.

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