CLSA hires Low to bolster global ambitions

CLSA hires Andrew Low to head international investment banking as it looks to build out its M&A franchise, leveraging on Chinese parent Citic’s relationships.

CLSA has appointed Andrew Low as its head of international investment banking, a newly created role for the bank and a signal of its global ambitions since being acquired by Chinese brokerage CITIC Securities.

He is set to join CLSA in mid February and will be based in Hong Kong, reporting to CLSA Chairman and chief executive officer and CITIC Securities International's Co-CEO Jonathan Slone. Low will also join CLSA’s Executive Committee.

Low, previously chief operating officer at Macquarie Capital Advisers, joins from RedBridge Grant Samuel, a boutique corporate finance firm he established in 2011. RedBridge was subsequently acquired by independent corporate advisory group...

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