Gaming play Razer recruits Evercore banker

Another investment banker turns to the corporate world as Singapore- and San Francisco-based gaming company recruits Evercore’s Li Meng Lee for its senior leadership.
Li Meng Lee (left) with Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan
Li Meng Lee (left) with Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan

Razer has hired veteran Singaporean investment banker Li Meng Lee as its chief strategy officer, the gaming company said, extending a recent trend of investment bankers leaving to join up-and-coming technology companies.

Lee was most recently a managing director at US investment banking advisory firm Evercore, and part of the team that opened Evercore’s Singapore office in 2013.

Before joining Evercore, Lee had a brief stint at ANZ as head of debt capital markets in Singapore in 2013. He was a vice president at JP Morgan between 2002 and 2010, and a principal at Singaporean private equity firm CMIA Capital Partners between 2010 and 2013.

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