Dalton Beefs Up Asian Business

Jul 25 2007 | 11:40am ET

Dalton Strategic Partnership has appointed David Graham as a partner to develop the firm’s business in Asia and other international markets. In addition, DSP has also hired William Kung as a sales director based in the firms’ Hong Kong office.

Kung joins DSP from Schroder Investment Management where he spent seven years on the institutional business development side. Kung will cover institutional and retail markets in Hong Kong and Asia. Graham joins DSP from BlackRock where he served as head of international client relationships responsible for the group’s client relationships and sales effort in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific.

“We are making a major commitment to the Asian market with these two appointments and we look forward to developing a successful business in Asia,” Magnus Spence, partner, said.


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