Macquarie Capital hires Honggui Li as head of Greater China

Li has previously been head of Greater China for Credit Suisse and deputy head of investment banking, China, at UBS.

Macquarie Capital, the corporate advisory, capital markets and principal investing arm of Macquarie Group, has appointed Honggui Li as head of Greater China.

Li, who will be based in Hong Kong at the firm's office in One International Finance Centre (pictured), has around 25 years’ experience operating in Greater China. He will also support Macquarie Capital’s coverage of the region, according to a media release on May 7. 

Macquarie Capital has a presence across 11 markets in Asia: mainland China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand

Over the course of his career, Li has served as head of Greater China for Credit Suisse (now part of UBS), and also spent 10 years at UBS where he was the deputy head of investment banking in China. In his role at Credit Suisse, he worked with both privately-owned and state-owned enterprises (SEOs) – with clients across technology, media and telecommunications, healthcare and industrials.

Tim Joyce, head of Macquarie Capital, Asia Pacific, said in the media release: “Honggui Li has a deep understanding of the Greater China market and significant client coverage experience across a range of products and sectors."

Joyce added: "We are confident that combining his expertise with the capabilities of our longstanding China team will enable us to capitalise on emerging opportunities in the region.”

The division, which has offices globally, provides M&A advisory, capital markets, development, principal investing and connects private capital with global investment opportunities such as infrastructure, technology and services.

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