He might only be 43, but Morgan StanleyÆs Matthew Ginsburg has seen a lot of change in Asia. When he arrived in the region Ronald Reagan was one-year into his second term as US President, Deng Xiaoping was leading China and talking of a ôsocialist market economyö, the Hang Seng was at 2,500 and Jardine Fleming was the regionÆs dominant investment bank.
That was 1987. In the 21 years since then, you could say thereÆs been a revolution.
But Ginsburg, born and raised in Boston and a graduate of Harvard, says he thrives on change. ôItÆs what first piqued my interest in Asia when studying in college. The dynamism, the diversity, the energy. And itÆs...
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