Father and son duo, Roger and Adam Moss are both set to leave Hong Kong.
Roger Moss has retired from Goldman Sachs, where he leveraged his relationships around Hong Kong to help the firm secure key mandates. His former role as CFO for MTRC helped Goldman to win much of the train company's investment banking business.
Moss, who is also one of the city's foremost experts on Chinese antiques, will relocate to Yorkshire. Indeed, he has bought his former housemaster's house at Giggleswick School in the North of England. A bit like Victor Kayam of Remington fame, this could be a case of Moss liking his school so much, he decided to buy it.
Other old Giggleswickians include Richard Whitely - who those from the UK will recall is the intellectual giant behind Channel 4's TV programme, Countdown.
His son, Adam Moss will relocate to Singapore with CLSA. Moss had recently moved into equity sales trading from syndicate, and is going out to the Lion City to beef up CLSA's presence there.
Will the cocktail party circuit in HK ever be the same again?