Justin Haik leaves Morgan Stanley

The former head of ECM for the region is said to be considering new opportunities after 16 years with the US investment bank.

Justin Haik leaves Morgan Stanley

Justin Haik, the former head of Asia-Pacific equity capital markets and equity syndicate at Morgan Stanley, is leaving the US bank after 16 years, a spokesman confirmed on Thursday.

The move isn’t unexpected after Haik gave up the day-to-day management of the ECM team and the daily dealings on the syndicate desk in May to instead take on a senior client coverage role.

In that position he has remained heavily involved...

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