Smyth checks out of The Peninsula to become CLSA CEO

Rodney Smyth is leaving The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels to take over as chief executive officer of CLSA.

Rodney Smyth has resigned as chief financial officer of The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels to succeed Richard Pyvis as chief executive officer of investment bank CLSA. For Smyth, banks and banking are nothing new the 47-year old Australians career in the private sector kicked off with a 12 year stint at Citibank, which took him to the Middle EastAfrica region, London and Chicago.

The holder of a degree in economics and law, Smyth also has Masters degrees in applied finance, business administration, computer science and practicing accounting  and has been executive general manager of Allen Allen Hemsley, a commercial law practice in Australia, and chief financial officer of CMPS...

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