Morgan Stanley reshuffles Asia ECM team
As part of the move, the existing equity syndicate desk will be split up and McMurtray will leave the firm.
Morgan Stanley has reshuffled some of the members of its equity capital markets team in a move that will see its current equity syndicate desk split up and an executive director focused on equity-linked origination leave the firm.
According to several sources, Arthur van Dijk, who is currently a vice-president on the Asia-Pacific equity syndicate desk in Hong Kong, will move to Singapore and take up a new role focused on equity origination for Southeast Asia. His fellow VP on...
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