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For old Asia hand, Dubai beckons

Bob McMillen has been a leading light in Bangkok's financial community. But now he's moved to the Gulf.
Robert McMillen, former CEO at Thai brokerage Seamico Securities, is leading a team of colleagues and moving to the Middle East.

He has joined forces with Major-General Mohammed Abdul Rahim Al Ali and Sharafudin Sharaf from the United Arab Emirates to open a Dubai stockbroking firm.

MAC Sharaf Securities is licensed by the Emirates Securities and Commodities Authority and owns a seat on the Dubai Financial Market.

McMillen Advantage Capital Limited will own 49% of the joint venture. McMillen Advantage Capital is the corporate finance vehicle and flagship of Bob McMillenÆs newly created MAC group. He has been joined by Michael Fernandez, the former head of institutional brokerage at Seamico, who...
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