Renaissance Capital sets eyes on Asia

Renaissance Capital aims to extend its emerging market and natural resources franchise to Asia, and publicises its intentions at an inaugural conference in Hong Kong.
Jeremy Sparrow
Jeremy Sparrow

Renaissance Capital, an investment bank specialising in emerging and frontier markets, may have been late arriving in Asia, but it is now clearly in a hurry to make its mark.

It opened its Hong Kong office in June 2010, and gained its Hong Kong regulatory licences on September 1. And, on Monday and Tuesday this week, it hosted 200 delegates at an inaugural two-day emerging market investor conference at the city’s Mandarin Oriental hotel.

Renaissance can add value for investors and corporate clients because of its “wide experience and deep knowledge of the natural resources sectors in Russia, the CIS Commonwealth of Independent States -- a regional organisation of former Soviet republics,...

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