Asia-Pacific debt syndicate head leaves Morgan Stanley

Ethan Farbman is leaving the bank after a 14-year stint amid a broader reshuffle in the US bank's Asia debt team.

Debt veteran Ethan Farbman is leaving Morgan Stanley after a 14-year stint at the US bank to join one of its clients, according to an internal memo seen by FinanceAsia on Monday.

The Hong Kong-based executive director was most recently Morgan Stanley's head of Asia-Pacific debt capital markets and syndicate, working on different products from leveraged loans to high-yield debt financing for both corporate and institutional clients.

Farbman joined the New York-based bank in March 2004, holding various positions in global capital markets, according to his Linkedin profile. Prior to banking, he worked as an analyst for Sempra Energy Trading, a US energy trading firm....

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