The road to recovery for Asia is set to be uneven, with each country and sector on different recovery paths. Understanding what’s driving this trend and the varied risks is key to succeeding in this highly volatile environment.
Into its third year, this summit will also drill into the factors shaping recovery across 12 key sectors including:
• China property, industrials, state-owned companies, and technology sectors
• India and Indonesia corporates
• Infrastructure finance
• Oil and gas
Register today to get an in-depth view of credit trends across Asia’s emerging markets!
*Available for the first time in 3 languages – English, Chinese and Japanese
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Laura Acres is Managing Director for the Corporate Finance Group for Asia. Based in Singapore, she has overall responsibility for Moody’s corporate ratings and research for the region, managing teams in Sydney, Singapore, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai and Tokyo. Laura also spearheads our global Emerging Markets initiative, leading many of our aggregated research based publications in this space and helping to coordinate Moody’s approach to this large and growing area of focus. Laura joined the company in 2006 taking a number of Lead Analyst roles for a variety of corporates around the region; she also created Moody’s aggregated high-yield research and outreach initiatives for the Asia Pacific region. She was appointed Managing Director in 2015 and led the Singapore based South & South East Asia corporate rating teams and was then appointed to her current role in 2020. Before joining Moody’s, Laura worked for Schroders PLC in London and Singapore, and Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein in Singapore, where she specialized in corporate restructuring and recovery throughout Southeast Asia. Laura holds a BSc (Econ) from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Terry has over 25 years of experience in credit ratings and bank credit risk management. As a Managing Director, based in Singapore, he leads Moody’s Public, Project & Infrastructure Finance in Asia Pacific. He assumed his position in February 2015.
In this role, Terry oversees ratings teams in Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Australia, and Japan which are responsible for Moody’s extensive coverage across the public and infrastructure sectors, including transport infrastructure, regulated utilities,power and social infrastructure.
Prior to this role, Terry spent seven years as an Associate Managing Director and head of corporate, project and infrastructure finance ratings for Australasia, based in Sydney. During that period, Moody’s rating coverage for this region grew substantially to more than 100 rated issuers. In the corporate sector, the analytical team monitored ratings in a wide range of non-financial sectors, such as consumer and retail, industrial, mining, oil and gas, and property, while the infrastructure team covered power, transport, utilities and social infrastructure.
Terry was also previously responsible for Moody’s coverage of the oil and gas as well as mining sectors in Asia Pacific.
Before joining Moody’s in 2000, Terry worked for around 12 years in various risk management and credit origination roles at Westpac Institutional Bank in Sydney. His last position at Westpac was Senior Manager, Credit and Divisional Credit Officer, responsible for approving credit exposures to institutional clients.
Atsi Sheth is a Managing Director in Moody’s Credit Strategy and Research team. She is the Global Head for Emerging Markets and Chief Credit Officer for the Americas. She is also responsible for Moody’s Global Macro-economic and Default Research teams.
Moody’s Credit Strategy & Research teams establish and articulate, through their research, house views on the key global trends that drive risk across countries, sectors and asset classes. Moody’s Global Emerging Markets Initiative leverages the in-depth expertise of analysts across the firm to generate decision enabling insights on the macro-economic, political, environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks facing emerging markets.
In her capacity leading these research teams, Atsi also serves as a spokesperson on Moody’s research and analysis, engaging with investors, the media and a wide range of public and private sector stakeholders.
Atsi is a long-time champion of Moody’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) as well as our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives. She serves as co-chair of the CSR Thought Leadership & Solutions working group, the Senior Advisor to Moody’s Asian Leadership Initiative - a Multicultural Business Resource Group, and as a DE&I Ambassador.
Prior to her current role, Atsi was Managing Director in Moody’s Sovereign Risk Group. She has also served as Chief Economist at Reliance Capital and taught courses on International Political Economy and Emerging Markets at Columbia University and Northwestern University. Atsi has a PhD from Northwestern University and a B.A. from Bombay University.
Sandra Veseli is a Managing Director in the Corporate Finance Group at Moody’s Investors Service in London, leading the UK corporate and EMEA leveraged finance franchise.
Sandra joined Moody’s in 2013, bringing 20 years of banking experience. Prior to Moody’s, Sandra worked at Credit Suisse, where she was the Head of Rating Advisory for EMEA since 2010, after holding senior positions in the rating advisory teams at Morgan Stanley and Citi.
Sandra began her career at Dresdner Bank in Germany.
Sandra holds a Diploma from the Frankfurt Business School of Finance & Management.
Gary Lau is the Managing Director for the Corporate Finance Group in Hong Kong. Gary manages analytical teams in Hong Kong, covering corporate ratings in North Asia (ex-Japan). He has extensive experience with Moody’s in analytical and management positions with responsibilities across different industries and geographies. He has been with Moody’s since 1998.
Before joining Moody’s, Gary worked for Barclays Bank Plc and Bank of America in the Financial Institutions and Corporate Banking Divisions.
He holds an MBA and a Bachelor of Social Science, both from The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Li Ma is a Managing Director for Moody’s Investors Service and is responsible for supporting a portfolio of corporate ratings in mainland China. He is based in shanghai. Li’s first stint at Moody’s was between June 2002 and August 2007. He leftMoody’s as a Senior Analyst and Vice President in the Structured Finance Group inHong Kong to work for the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). At RBS, Li held multiple credit review and approval roles before his appointment as the Chief Risk Officer inChina.Li rejoined Moody’s in April 2013, served as the President of China ChengxinInternational Credit Rating Co. Ltd. — a Moody’s affiliate — until January 2017, where he was responsible for all aspects of operations. Li is a Chartered Financial Analyst and holds a BA from Fudan University and an MBA from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Ian Lewis is an Associate Managing Director for Moody’s Corporate Finance and Project & Infrastructure Finance Groups, based in Singapore.In this role, Ian manages a team of ratings analysts for ASEAN, with a focus on key sectors including autos, chemicals, metals & mining, steel, telecommunications,regulated utilities, transport and social infrastructure.
Prior to being based in Singapore, Ian worked for Moody’s in Japan, Australia and the US.Before joining Moody’s in 2007, he worked for various banks, including Sumitomo Bank, Credit Suisse, St George, and Westpac Banking Corporation.
Ian has over 20 years of experience in credit analysis and ratings across diverse industry sectors and geographies.
Ian holds a Master of Applied Finance from Macquarie University, a Bachelor in Economics from the University of New England, and is also a CPA.
Annalisa Di Chiara is a Senior Vice President in Moody’s Corporate Finance Group. Based in Hong Kong, Annalisa covers a portfolio of telecommunications, media and beverage companies throughout South and South East Asia. Annalisa is also a lead coordinator for Moody’s high-yield research and outreach initiatives for the Asia Pacific region.
Prior to joining Moody’s, Annalisa worked for UBS in credit related roles across debt capital markets and leveraged finance. She spent a significant portion of her career as a senior ratings advisor covering corporates across a variety of industries throughout the US, Asia and Europe. Annalisa has also worked for Credit Suisse and the Bank of New York as a Ratings Advisor and a Corporate Finance Banker. She has worked in Hong Kong for over 13 years.
Annalisa holds a double major from Brown University in Business Economics and English & American Literature.
Stephanie Cheong is an Analyst with Moody’s Corporate Finance Group. Based in Singapore, she covers a portfolio of investment grade and high yield companies across the industrial and telecommunications sectors in South and Southeast Asia. Stephanie has previously covered a portfolio of property developers in Indonesia.
Before joining Moody’s in 2015, Stephanie was an Assistant Audit Manager with Ernst & Young LLP, covering the banking industry and capital markets.
Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Accountancy from the Singapore Management University.
Kai Hu is a Senior Vice President in Moody’s Corporate Finance Group, based in Shanghai. He covers a portfolio of large Chinese state-owned enterprises. Before joining Moody’s, Kai worked in credit risk management, trade finance and project finance at various financial institutions, including Citigroup and China Merchants Bank in New York and Bank of Communications, Shanghai Pudong Development Bank in Shanghai. Kai holds an MBA from Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, and a Bachelor of Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade. He is also a CFA, FRM and a member of Chinese CPA association.
Jin Wu is a Vice President-Senior Credit Officer in the Corporate Finance Group. Based in Shanghai, Jin covers a portfolio of large Chinese state-owned enterprises.
Prior to Jin’s current role, he worked for Moody’s affiliate, China Chengxin International Credit Rating, and managed different rating groups there. Jin has also conducted corporate credit research and financial analysis at various financial institutions in the US, including Genworth Financial, Capital One, andWashington Mutual (now JP Morgan Chase). Jin has covered sectors including utilities, materials, telecommunications, media and technology, and financial.
Jin holds an MBA from the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business, and a Bachelor’s from China’s Foreign Affairs University. He is also a CFA charterholder.
Ada Li is a Vice President - Senior Credit Officer with the Project & Infrastructure Finance Group, covering a portfolio of Chinese infrastructure companies across state-owned or privately-owned utilities, ports, railways, toll roads, and local government finance vehicles.
Before joining Moody’s, Ada worked as a Vice President at Deutsche Bank, where she oversaw Greater China corporates and financial institutions. Ada has also worked at Barclays Capital, where she covered Chinese financial institutions and commodity companies.
Ada holds a BBA in Accounting & Finance from The University of Hong Kong. She is also a CFA charterholder and a certified FRM holder.
David Yin is a Vice President – Senior Credit Officer with the Financial Institutions Group at Moody’s Investors Service Hong Kong Limited. David is covering a portfolio of banks and non-bank financial institutions in China.
Before joining Moody’s, David worked as equity research analyst for Standard Chartered Bank, covering Chinese banks and securities companies. Earlier, he had covered Chinese financial institutions in Bank of China International Securities (China). He had also worked in the ECM department of Goldman Sachs Gao Hua Securities.
David holds a MSc in management and a BA in Economics from Peking University.
Yuting Liu is a Vice President and Senior Analyst in Moody’s Corporate FinanceGroup.Based in Beijing, Yuting supports ratings and research for a portfolio of Chinese central and local state-owned enterprises across various industries. Yuting has more than 10 years of experience in financial analysis and credit research at credit rating agencies and other financial institutions. She first joinedMoody’s in 2012 and worked for CFG teams in Australia and Beijing for three and half years. Prior to rejoining Moody’s, Yuting was in Fitch Ratings for 2 years in the corporate research team specializing in infrastructure and construction industries. Yuting received her Master of Applied Finance degree from Macquarie University and her bachelor’s degree from the University of New South Wales. She is also a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
Vikas Halan is an Associate Managing Director and team leader for Moody’s Corporate Finance Group, based in Singapore. In this role, Vikas manages a team of rating analysts, with a focus on key South and Southeast Asian sectors, including REITS, oil & gas, chemicals, property developers, gaming and IT services. Before joining Moody’s, Vikas worked for J.P. Morgan in Hong Kong, as a capital markets and ratings advisor for clients in the Asia Pacific region. He started his career as a chartered accountant with the Indian firm, BDO Lodha. Vikas holds a post-graduate diploma in Business Management from Xavier Institute of Management.
Sim Hui Ting is an Analyst with Moody’s Corporate Finance Group.
Based in Singapore, she covers a portfolio of Southeast Asian oil and gas companies. Hui Ting joined Moody’s in 2017 as an Associate Analyst and previously covered a range of industries including metals & mining, as well as Singapore real estate investment trusts.
Prior to joining Moody’s, Hui Ting worked in credit risk roles at Noble Resources International Pte Ltd and PetroChina International (Singapore) Pte Ltd.
Hui Ting holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) from the National University of Singapore. She is also a CFA charter-holder.
Sweta Patodia is an Analyst in the Moody’s Corporate Finance Group. Based in Singapore, Sweta covers a portfolio of oil and gas and IT companies in India and real estate investment trusts in South East Asia.
Sweta joined Moody’s in 2014 as an Associate Analyst. Prior to joining Moody’s, Sweta worked as a Credit Analyst for over three years at HSBC in Kolkata.
Sweta is a Chartered Accountant, Company Secretary and a CFA charter holder.
Wan Hee Yoo is a Vice President - Senior Credit Officer in Moody’s Corporate Finance Group, based in Hong Kong. He covers a portfolio of Korean corporates across a diverse range of industries.
Before joining Moody’s, Wan Hee worked for three and half years with Citigroup’s Capital Markets Origination / Ratings Advisory team, covering Korean corporates. Prior to this, Wan Hee worked as a credit analyst at Fitch Ratings and Nice Ratings, both based in Seoul, acting as a lead analyst for Korean corporates.
Wan Hee holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Korea University.
Spencer Ng is a Vice President–Senior Analyst in Moody’s Public, Project & Infrastructure Finance team. Based in Singapore, Spencer is responsible for project finance and infrastructure credits, including power utilities, ports and airports in Southeast Asia.
Prior to joining Moody’s in 2007, Spencer worked for Ernst & Young Transactions Advisory Services in their Project Finance team. Spencer has also held various analytical and accounting roles at ANZ Bank, JP Morgan and State Street Australia.
Spencer holds a Bachelor of Economics and a Master of Commerce from the University of New South Wales. He is also a CFA charterholder.
Ralph Ng is an Assistant Vice President – Analyst in the Project and Infrastructure Finance Group, based in Hong Kong. Ralph covers power and gas utilities, as well as transportation companies, in China and Hong Kong.
Ralph first joined Moody’s Commercial Group in 2010 and transferred to the Project & Infrastructure Finance Group in 2014. Prior to joining Moody’s, Ralph worked in Global Banking Department at HSBC in Hong Kong.
Ralph holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Finance from The University of Hong Kong. He is a CFA charterholder and a certified FRM.
Franco Leung is an Associate Managing Director and Team Leader in Moody’s Corporate Finance Group. Based in Hong Kong, he covers mainly Chinese corporate entities in the property sector.
He was previously a lead analyst for a portfolio of Chinese corporates with a focus on property companies, while other coverage includes companies in the chemicals, metals & mining, consumer products and construction materials sectors, local government financing vehicles (LGFVs), and state-owned conglomerates.
Prior to joining Moody’s in 2012, Franco worked in various positions at Standard Chartered Bank for about 10 years, including credit risk management, treasury and global markets in Hong Kong and London.
Franco holds an MBA from the London Business School and a BSc (Quantitative Finance) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and is a CFA and FRM Charterholder.
Kaven Tsang is a Senior Vice President in Moody’s Corporate Finance Group in Asia Pacific. Based in Hong Kong, Kaven covers a portfolio of property companies.
Prior to joining Moody’s, Kaven worked in commercial banks, including CITIC Ka Wah Bank, WestLB AG and the Norinchukin Bank, covering corporates in Hong Kong and China.
Kaven holds a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Business Administration from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is also a CFA charterholder.
Matthew Jones is a Vice President - Senior Credit Officer within the Corporate Finance Group at Moody’s. Matthew currently specializes in the Software, Connectivity and Communications Equipment industries. Prior to joining Moody’s in 2006, Matthew spent 16 years in the banking industry including positions as Managing Director in the Leveraged Finance Group at CIBC World Markets and as Senior Vice President in the Technology Media and telecommunications group at Royal Bank of Scotland. Matthew also has an extensive background restructuring troubled credits. Matthew is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of TuftsT University with a Bachelors's degree in Mechanical Engineering. He also holds an M.B.A. degree from Columbia University.
Maisam Hasnain is an Assistant Vice President – Analyst in Moody’s Corporate Finance Group. Based in Singapore, Maisam covers a portfolio of companies across the industrial, mining and plantation sectors in Southeast Asia. Prior to his move to Singapore in 2017, Maisam spent four years in Moody’s Hong Kong office covering a broad array of sectors, including telecommunications, communications infrastructure, building materials, and metals and mining.
Maisam joined Moody’s in 2010 and started as an Associate in Moody’s Regional Product Strategy team, which is responsible for managing all aspects of Moody’s research and data service offerings, including new business initiatives.
Maisam holds a double major in Economics and Finance, and a minor in Arabic from The University of Hong Kong. He is also a CFA charterholder.
Kaustubh Chaubal is a Vice President – Senior Credit Officer with Moody’s Corporate Finance Group. Based in Singapore, he covers a portfolio of Indian and India-based issuers in the metals and mining (ferrous and non-ferrous), automobile, chemicals and pharmaceuticals industries.
Prior to joining Moody’s in 2015, Kaustubh spent eight years as a Ratings Advisor with Standard Chartered Bank in Singapore, the last two of which was as Head of ASEAN Ratings Advisory, while also covering issuers in the Middle East and Africa.
Kaustubh has also worked as a Senior Analyst at Standard & Poor’s India-based subsidiary, CRISIL, covering a broad array of industries including pharmaceuticals, building materials, chemicals, and investment holding companies. And, he has previously held analytical roles at ING Vysya Bank and Unit Trust of India Investment Advisory Services, as well as auditing roles at RM Ajgaonkar & Company and RD Samant & Company.
Kaustubh holds an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a Bachelor of Commerce from Mumbai University. He is also a Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
Cindy Yang is a Vice President – Senior Analyst with Moody’s Corporate Finance Group, based in Beijing. She is responsible for Chinese local government financing vehicles ratings.
Before joining Moody’s, Cindy worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers in Hong Kong as a senior auditor. Cindy holds a Master of Corporate and Financial Law from the University of Hong Kong and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is also a HKICPA and ACCA.
Jack Yuan is an Assistant Vice President and Analyst in Moody’s Sub-Sovereign Group. Based in Shanghai, Jack is responsible for covering a portfolio of China’s regional and local governments. Jack has more than 10 years’ experience in credit analysis and research. Prior to joining Moody’s, he worked at Fitch Ratings with a focus on banks and non-bank financial institutions. Jack holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Finance, from the University of New South Wales. He is admitted as a lawyer by the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
Ray Tay is a Senior Vice President in Moody’s Public, Project and Infrastructure Finance Group. Based in Singapore, Ray covers project finance, transport, utilities and other infrastructure credits in Southeast Asia and India. Ray also covers sub-sovereign issuers in Southeast Asia.
Before joining Moody’s in 2012, Ray was a Director with the Global Infrastructure & Projects Group in KPMG. In this role, he advised public and private sector clients on a variety of infrastructure projects in Asia Pacific and the Middle East. Ray has also worked as a Senior Business Analyst with the Singapore Power Group, focusing on regulatory economics in each of its principal local operating subsidiaries.
Ray holds a Bachelor’s in Economics with honors from the National University of Singapore.
Boris Kan is a Vice President–Senior Credit Officer with the Project & Infrastructure Finance Group. Based in Hong Kong, Boris covers a portfolio of Chinese utilities and infrastructure companies across a range of sectors.
Before joining Moody’s, Boris was the Head of Regional Utilities & Power Equipment (Asia-ex-Japan) with J.P. Morgan’s Equity Research team, where he spent more than 12 years covering a wide range of power and gas utilities companies in Greater China.
Boris has also worked as a Senior Associate for more than five years — first at PricewaterhouseCoppers and then at Deloitte & Touche Corporate Finance — providing assurance and M&A advisory services to corporate clients in Greater China.
Boris holds an MBA majoring in Finance from Simon Fraser University and is a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Abhishek Tyagi is a Vice President – Senior Analyst with Moody’s Project and Infrastructure Finance Group, based in Singapore. He covers companies in the port, airport and utility sectors in India and Southeast Asia.
Prior to joining Moody’s, Abhishek worked for eight years as an equity analyst with CLSA in Mumbai, covering Indian utilities and infrastructure companies. Previous positions also included an investment analyst at B&K Securities in Mumbai and a supply chain analyst with Tata Steel in Jamshedpur.
Abhishek holds an MBA from the Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneshwar and a Bachelor of Technology (Metallurgy and Material Science) from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee.
Jacintha Poh is a Vice President – Senior Credit Officer with Moody’s Corporate Finance Group. Based in Singapore, she covers a portfolio of issuers across the property, plantation and gaming industries in Southeast Asia.
Before joining Moody’s, Jacintha was a credit analyst with Lion Global Investors’fixed income team, covering primarily the real estate and S-REIT sectors, as well as conglomerates and aviation companies.
Jacintha has a BA in Accounting and Finance with honors from the University of London.
Clement Wong is a Associate Managing Director and Team Leader in the Corporate Finance Group. Based in Hong Kong, he covers Chinese corporate entities in various industries except the property sector.Clement has over 20 years of credit experience in the banking industry.
Prior to joining Moody’s, he was with Standard Chartered in Hong Kong where he was the Country Credit Officer for Wholesale Banking in Hong Kong and Japan.Clement has also worked for various international banks, including Citibank where he helped set up the commercial banking risk management team in China.
Clement holds a Master’s degree in International and Public Affairs and a Bachelor of Social Science degree from The University of Hong Kong. He is also a CFA charter holder and a CPA
Lina Choi is a Senior Vice President with the Corporate Finance Group for Moody’s Investors Service HK Ltd. She covers a portfolio of Chinese corporates in various sectors, including Internet, technology, food and beverage.
Before joining Moody’s, Lina worked as a senior investment analyst for AllianceBernstein Holdings LP, a US asset management company. She covered Chinese equities in the telecoms, media and technology sectors. Lina has also worked as an Executive Director at Morgan Stanley’s Equity Research Division, overseeing the Asian telecommunications industry.
Lina has an BA in Economics from the University of Chicago. She is a CFA charter holder.
Gerwin Ho is a Vice President–Senior Credit Officer with the Corporate Finance Group in Asia. Based in Hong Kong, he covers a portfolio of Chinese corporates, including automotive-related, manufacturing and consumer-related companies.
Before joining Moody’s, Gerwin was a Director with Citigroup’s Equity Research Division in Hong Kong, where he headed the analysis of automotive companies in Asia and analyzed Chinese automotive and industrial companies.
He has also analyzed automotive, industrial, consumer and healthcare companies in China and Korea while working at Bear Stearns, ABN AMRO, Credit Suisse and Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette.
Gerwin holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto and an International MBA from York University.
Nidhi Dhruv is a Vice President – Senior Analyst with Moody’s Corporate Finance Group. Based in Singapore, Nidhi covers a portfolio of issuers across the telecommunications, telecom towers, mining, construction and airline industries in South and Southeast Asia.
Before joining Moody’s in 2007, Nidhi was an analyst with Citigroup Investment Banking in India and Singapore for three years.
Nidhi is a CFA charterholder and a Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. She also has an MBA in Finance from Mumbai University.
Mic Kang is a Vice President – Senior Credit Officer in Moody’s Project & Infrastructure Finance Group, based in Hong Kong. He mainly covers utilities and infrastructure companies, and public corporations in Korea.
Before joining Moody’s, Mic worked as a director with Fitch Ratings, Hong Kong, covering Asia Pacific energy & utility sectors, as well as Korean and Vietnamese financial institutions. Prior to that, Mic was an associate director in the Credit Risk Control of UBS AG, Hong Kong, with exposure to corporates and financial institutions in Korea and the Philippines. Prior to that, Mic worked as a credit manager in the Credit Risk Management and the Corporate Banking units of National Australia Bank in Melbourne, Australia and Korea, covering Asia-Pacific corporates.
Mic earned his Master of Business Administration from Indiana University at Bloomington, Indiana, USA and his bachelor’s degree from Hanyang University in Korea.
Jake Avayou is a Vice President – Senior Covenant Officer in Moody’s Corporate Finance Group in Singapore. Jake joined Moody’s in 2014. Jake specializes in covenant analysis of high yield bonds.
Before joining Moody’s Jake was a lawyer at the law firms of Shearman & Sterling in New York and Linklaters in Hong Kong where he primarily worked on capital markets transactions. Jake also worked in Transaction Management in DCM at Morgan Stanley and Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Hong Kong.
Jake holds a B.C.L./LLB (Hons) from McGill University – Faculty of Law.