Tag Archives: Hong Kong recruitment

CML’s Ben Cooper was interviewed on RTHK last night on Newswrap – Hong Kong’s leading current affairs radio program. Forming an expert panel alongside the Minister for Trade and the Head of the Unions, Ben was interviewed about the recent job cuts at HSBC and the effect on financial services recruitment. To listen to the interview go to: http://podcast.rthk.org.hk/podcast/item.php?pid=83

CML’s Ben Cooper is being interviewed this evening by Terry Nealon on Radio 3 RTHK – Hong Kong’s most popular English language news show. The conversation will centre on the recent anouncement of redundancies at HSBC in Hong Kong and is also likely to cover the employment market within investment banking and financial services in general.

CML’s Ben Cooper speaks to The Asian Lawyer magazine about demand for Mandarin language skills in Asia Pacific.

Vietnam, Beijing, Shanghai – it’s your choice

Having successfully placed a number of senior lawyers in the past year, CML’s legal executive search team has been instructed on a number of exclusive mandates for Director level roles and above. If you are interested in discussing a potential mandate or if you are a senior lawyer looking for a unique managerial position please do not hesitate to get in touch.

The Asian legal recruitment market is currently at the busiest it has been for some time. In the past few weeks a large number of lawyers have resigned, along with number of legal opportunities opening up.

As any lawyer in the IPO team of a Private Practice Firm, or in the Investment Banking Division of a bank in Hong Kong will tell you, IPO activity is still very high in Hong Kong.

Despite an increase in debt capital markets activity and a greater appetite for both RMB and US Dollar bonds, there is still some fear in the market place.

Knowing the types of consultants available to you can make all the difference in getting good value for money. Don’t cook an egg on the bbq…

A continued increase in trade, combined with a small number of lawyers wth the pre-requisite skill-set, has led to a number of high-profile banks and commodities trading companies struggling to find legal talent in the commodities area.