Malaysia’s Affin Hwang ropes in former RHB bankers for private equity push Photo: Reuters Elffie Chew June 13, 2018 Premium Affin Hwang Asset Management Bhd., the Malaysian investment firm that manages over $12 billion, has hired senior RHB Bank Bhd. dealmakers as it seeks to build out its new private equity business. Continue reading this story with a subscription to DealStreetAsia. Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in Should your colleagues be reading this article too? Contact us for corporate subscriptions at email@example.com. Just-In Trending Blackstone invests $400m in HK-listed HEC Pharma via convertible bonds Thailand: Krungsri Finnovate invests in Japan’s SBI AI & Blockchain Fund Chinese restaurant chain Haidilao to seek approval for $1b IPO Cryptocurrency miner Bitmain exploring $3b Hong Kong IPO Flipkart India races ahead of rival Amazon in six monthly sales growth Southeast Asia is filled with mediocre performance: Brahmal Vasudevan, Creador Morgan Stanley intern rises to senior Southeast Asia role in 7 years Indonesia’s Salim Group grabs minority stake in mobile money platform Youtap Malaysian funds including MAVCAP likely to be reorganised by Ministry of Finance Female investment bankers in Malaysia are shattering the glass ceiling in their heels You are subscribed to our mailing list.