Monday 21st June 2010
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Infrastructure manager HRL Morrison & Co has appointed Anthony Muh as its new executive director and as the chief executive of its asset management businesses based in Hong Kong.
Muh began his career in New Zealand with Bank of New Zealand Investment Management. He then spent more than a decade with Citigroup Asset Management and Salomon Brothers Asset Management as its Asia Pacific head of investment and chief investment officer. He was a member of Citigroup's Hong Kong country Board and also a member of Citigroup Asset Management's global asset management committee.
More recently Muh established the Asia Pacific office for Alliance Trust, UK's largest listed closed-end investment company and launched its inaugural asset management business.
Muh is currently on the board of the Asia Corporate Governance Association and Hong Kong Securities Institute.
Morrison & Co chairman Lloyd Morrison and chief executive Marko Bogoievski have said Muh's appointment is a significant step forward for Morrison & Co as it is opening an office in a major financial centre as a further window into international investment opportunities and capital markets.
They say Muh has had an association with Morrison & Co since 2007 as an independent director of Infratil.
"Over this period we have had the benefit of Anthony's first hand perspective of Asia and emerging market's growth and its increasing impact on world economies.
"We are confident that through Anthony, Morrison & Co will be able to extend its position as a successful alternative asset manager of global infrastructure and other assets."
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