Robert Lloyd George to return to Hong Kong

As the old Asia hand moves back, his managing director Michael Carr will move to the UK.

Robert Lloyd George, the founder, chairman and CEO of Lloyd George Asset Management and an 'old Asia hand' who had returned to the United Kingdom, is moving back to Hong Kong early next year.

The firm had been said by headhunters to be hunting for a regional managing director, partly because the current Hong Kong MD, Michael Carr, is slated to relocate to the UK in 2003. But it appears Mr Lloyd George will fill this role personally. He is expected to move in February or March.

He is coming back to the city that made his career. He arrived in Hong Kong in 1980, according to Carr, and from 1984 to 1991 he...

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