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May 17 2011 | 8:53am ET
Financial advisory firm StormHarbour has beefed up its Asia-Pacific capital markets team with the additions of Hong Hoo Moon and Guohua Ren as managing directors.
Moon comes to StormHarbour from BNP Paribas Securities Korea, where he served as head of the financial institutions group and head of investment banking. In his new role he will be responsible for Korean capital markets origination.
Ren comes to StormHarbour from Standard Charter bank in Hong Kong where he headed capital markets and China global markets. Ren will be responsible for capital markets origination in Greater China.
Both will report directly to Water Cheung, StormHarbour principal and Asia-Pacific chief.
Said Cheung: “The appointments of Hong Hoo and Guohua are further evidence of our commitment to the region and providing our clients with the best possible local expertise to meet their specific needs. Hong Hoo and Guohua have extensive industry experience and expertise, which, together with their senior level relationships among Asian corporates and financial institutions, will be of huge benefit to the firm as we grow our business in Asia-Pacific and particularly in Korea and Greater China. We welcome them to the StormHarbour team.”
StormHarbour has over 200 professionals and affiliate offices in New York, London, Geneva, Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo and a branch in Copenhagen.
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