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Chalre Associates is active in
promoting the industries and companies we serve. Examples of
these activities are below.
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of Chalre Associates are well known in their industries of focus
throughout the region of South East Asia. Their editorials and
interviews have been published by international media organizations
throughout the world. For an exhaustive listing of their
articles and speeches, go to the Publications
section of the Chalre Associates website.
Asia CEO Forum is the largest regular business event
in Philippines and considered one of the most important in Southeast Asia.
The forum is organized by Chalre Associates for the spreading of ideas that help executive managers active in the region.
Awards is the largest business awards events in Philippines
with major sponsors like American Express, PLDT Alpha
Enterprise, Ford, Accenture, Teleperformance, KPMG, Jones Lang
LaSalle, NorthgateArinso and others.
CEO Awards highlights business achievement in Philippines and
promotes the nation as a premier business destination.
Candidates Shun US Banks?
Sachs or Standard Chartered? The answer was easy
enough 18 months ago. But these days the choice is more complex for Asian
job seekers as the glamour value of working for a Wall Street titan wears
thin. More and more bankers may opt for the relative safety of European and
Asian firms, recruiters say.
“Now that three of the top five American firms have disappeared, are the
others really safe to work for? Everyone is asking…who else will go broke?”
says Richard Mills, chairman of recruitment agency Chalré Associates.
Candidates are getting increasingly nervous about working in US banks given
that their immediate stability could be in jeopardy. Mills reckons the
beneficiaries of this growing crisis in confidence will be European and
Asian banks. “HSBC and Deutsche Bank are examples of global banks who seem
poised to do well,” he adds.
Mark Pawley, chief executive of Singapore-based private equity firm Oxley
Capital, adds: “Asian banks are fine. There's not a ton of LBO debt, CDOs or
anything. Most of the stockbrokers here in Asia are small, don't take
massive positions and don't have the sort of liquidity issues that some of
the others have.”
According to APS Asset Management chief investment officer Wong Kok Hoi, the
Wall Street crisis has exposed a major weakness of the American banking
model. “Companies there are run to maximize short-term profits, while
shareholders are asked to take all the risks. Such a system is clearly
lop-sided and will not be sustainable,” he
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& Management Consulting:
Associates provides its Executive Search & Management
Consulting services throughout the Asia Pacific region. We are
proactive and well known in our sectors of focus. Regional
Managers use us to help bridge the gap between local environments and
the world-class requirements of multinational corporations.