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Raymond Ma

Banking's backbone

Demand for operations specialists remains strong despite offshoring, writes Raymond Ma. ...

Agent of change

Stanley Lam, MD of SAS Institute HK, has been a tech player since the ’80s, writes Raymond Ma. ...

Advising how to act to letter of the law

David Hsu, managing director, Hong Kong country compliance officer and Greater China compliance head at Citi Hong Kong, explains how he works with multiple parties to ensure the business stays on track with the latest laws and regulations. ...

Playing by the rules

Regulatory reform has led to soaring respect for compliance experts, writes Raymond Ma. ...

Stressing the need to relax

Money is important, and for many in Hong Kong's cut-throat financial services industry, it is a primary motivational driver, writes Raymond Ma. ...

Bet on bancassurance

Insurance companies’ increasing use of banks to sell products offers lucrative job opportunities, writes Raymond Ma. ...

Calling the shots

UnLtd HK CEO Kelvin Cheung is helping innovators change society, writes Raymond Ma. ...

IP trading set to create technical and support jobs

The development of Hong Kong into an intellectual property (IP) trading hub will drive job growth in the city’s creative and technological sectors, in addition to providing benefits to directly related intermediary services such as law, accountancy, finance and brokerage, says a senior government adviser, writes Raymond Ma. ...

Caching in on shortages

Software experts are capitalising on industry’s chronic lack of skills, writes Raymond Ma. ...

Cartoons fire creative drive

Joe Lee, GoAnimate's lead animator, talks about how his love of cartoons got him into the industry and what skills are needed to become a successful animator. ...