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Hsin Chong powers up expertise

They may look like uninteresting and often windowless boxes from the outside, but custom-built data centres are home to some of the most mission-critical equipment and systems on the planet, writes Chris Davis. ...

IFPHK awards boost standards

Reflecting on the success of this year’s SCMP/IFPHK Financial Planner Awards, Steve Chiu, chairman of the Institute of Financial Planners of Hong Kong (IFPHK), has good reason to find one aspect especially pleasing, writes John Cremer. ...

Digging really deep in hunt for evidence

Verity Consulting's clients are financial firms, legal firms, corporations, insurance companies and even individuals that require investigators, says Kelvin Ko. ...

You don't have to be a lawyer to be a good mediator

Why does anybody want to be a mediator or co-mediator? Who are these people? Different books and organisations may have different definitions of a mediator, writes James Chiu. ...

Putting people first

Standard Life’s new HK hub is keen to hire and develop 40 new staff, writes Darius Musni. ...

All change at EY

Steven Phan is targeting a range of hires as the erstwhile Ernst & Young moves forward, writes John Brennan. ...

Serving five-star careers

The once-staid hotel industry is adapting to the expectations of Gen Y to lure fresh talent, writes Nicholas Olczak. ...

Firming up the foundations

CIC wants skilled craftsmen to train next generation, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...

MTRC engineer cements trust

Jimmy Poon Kin-keung became interested in the construction industry at Aberdeen Technical School, where he was exposed to subjects that students in other schools might not have a chance to learn, such as technical design and drawings, and metal and woodwork, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...