Chin Gan confirms move to Scotland

Confirming his departure as the head of Fitch IBCAƆs local operation, Gan says he will be taking the next year off to spend time with his family.

In what he described as an amicable parting, Chin Gan will leave his post at rating agency Fitch IBCA at the end of July and return to Scotland with his wife and four children. When my wife and I came to Hong Kong in 1994 we had planned to stay for three years, says Gan. It has now been seven years and we think it is time for us to move on. My children have reached a stage in their life where education has become important and we would like them to attend school in Scotland.

Gan, who has headed Fitch IBCA's Asia ex-Japan operation since June last year, says the company's management...

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