CLSA returns to Pakistan and eyes Indian debt

Pushing out its Asian footprint and looking at new debt products, CLSA is chasing new opportunities along the Belt and Road and in India.

Moving into new markets and seizing new opportunities has been a hallmark of CLSA’s rise from humble beginnings as a broker in Hong Kong in 1986 to 1,800 employees in 20 cities worldwide. 

So it's in keeping with that tradition that Jonathan Slone, chief executive officer for the brokerage and investment group and long-term Asian banker, is keen to grab the opportunities that the Belt and Road offer the group.

“There’s a lot of opportunity out there, there’s a lot of government-to-government stuff, and we would like to see more private money going out there as well,” Slone told FinanceAsia during a wide-ranging...

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