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Morgan Stanley''s Michael Dee to relocate from Singapore to Houston.

After six years in Asia, Morgan Stanley's loquacious Singapore CEO is to move back to the US to head Morgan Stanley's Houston office. Dee's move comes after three years in Singapore and three years in Hong Kong where he ran the bank's debt capital markets group.

Replacing him as CEO for Southeast Asia will be Ronald Ong who is being promoted from his position as head of investment banking. Kate Richdale, head of global capital markets in Singapore is being promoted to head of investment banking for the region. Ong and Richdale will continue to be based in Singapore.

Dee says the move back was instigated by colleagues in the US...

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