China Renaissance hires ECM veteran for HK IPO push

The investment bank seeks to bolster its Hong Kong IPO franchise as the city is preparing to allow dual-class shares.

Dennis Leung, a veteran in equity capital markets, has joined China Renaissance as a managing director at its investment banking unit, according to an internal memo seen by FinanceAsia this week.

Based in Hong Kong, Leung reports to Jason Lam, head of China Renaissance International, which encompasses the group's Hong Kong and US operations. Leung was most recently managing director of investment banking at Dongxing Securities Hong Kong, a subsidiary of China Orient Asset Management, one of China’s four bad debt banks set up in the 1990s. Prior to that, he worked for ICBC International and Bocom International.

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