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Robin Green joins Oppenheimer Investments Asia as chief executive/president

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Oppenheimer has appointed Robin Green as chief executive and president of Oppenheimer Investments Asia, based in Hong Kong.



Green, who was previously with MF Global Hong Kong where he was the head of Asian institutional equity sales and ITG Hong Kong where he was chief executive, will lead the firm’s expansion in Asia, establishing the Hong Kong office as an execution hub for equities and fixed income in the asian markets in addition to its already established investment banking base.

“Joining Oppenheimer represents a very exciting challenge for me,” says Green. “The firm has already established a track record in Asia. I look forward to helping to develop our regional client base by offering local market coverage and global expertise, while representing our enhanced Asia product and track record to our global clients.”

“We consider Asia an important and valuable part of Oppenheimer’s growing global business, and we recognise the enormous potential in the region. Under Robin’s leadership, we intend to add to our capabilities in equities and fixed income, and further support our investment banking team based in Beijing,” says Albert (Bud) Lowenthal, chairman of Oppenheimer Holdings.

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