As a symbol of longevity, traditionally the Chinese believed coral to represent an "iron tree" (tieshu) growing under the sea and blossoming only once every 100 years. Coral is also a symbol of official promotion; a red coral button pinned to the hat was the official insignia of a high-ranking official in the imperial court.

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Renminbi marks new trading regime with fall to 11-month low

18 March, 2014

An excellent short view video from the Financial Times on the PBoC’s intervention in the foreign exchange markets:

Partnering with SimArch NV

11 June, 2013

We are very excited to be working with SimArch NV, a leading provider of bank simulations and simulation-based training programmes for more than 14 years. SimArch’s simulations allow participants to experience the art of banking.  Whether the objective is to increase the profitability […]

Goliath Lau joins bdC

12 January, 2013

Goliath Lau has joined the bdConsulting team. After 13 years working in derivatives trading and structuring, Goliath started his career as a financial training consultant in 2010 with Moody’s Analytics. Since then he has designed and delivered a wide range […]

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