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Morrison resigns as Morgan StanleyÆs Asia chairman

After six years, Alasdair Morrison departs from Morgan Stanley.
Morgan Stanley yesterday announced that its Asia chairman, Alasdair Morrison, will retire on April 4. It will mark the end of a six-year stint with the US investment bank.

Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Morrison worked at Jardine Matheson û one of AsiaÆs oldest companies. He spent 28 years with Jardines, where he became the companyÆs boss or taipan in 1994 after holding roles such as head of personnel and running the firmÆs property business, Hongkong Land.

He was hired into the American bank by fellow Briton and former Morgan Stanley Asia CEO and president, Mario Francescotti, in August 2000. It was a hire that surprised some û especially given the gaping cultural differences between...
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