Morgan Stanley IB hire

Morgan Stanley names Aronovitch co-head of IB for Southeast Asia

The head of the bank's consumer and retail group is taking over from Arthur Lang who is joining CapitaLand as CFO.
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David Aronovitch, Morgan Stanley </div>
<div style="text-align:left;"> David Aronovitch, Morgan Stanley </div>

David Aronovitch has been appointed co-head of investment banking for Southeast Asia at Morgan Stanley, filling the vacancy left by Arthur Lang who is joining CapitaLand as group chief financial officer. FinanceAsia reported Lang’s departure last week.

Aronovitch joined Morgan Stanley as an analyst in New York in 1998 and transferred to Asia in 2006. He is currently head of the bank’s Asia-Pacific consumer and retail investment banking group a job that he will retain alongside his new role. However, he will relocate from Hong Kong to Singapore as he will focus more of his time on Southeast Asia. He will share the position with fellow...

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