Manulife Asset Management has appointed Myron M. Zhu as Head of Private Market in Hong Kong, while CDIB Capital has appointed Alex Ying as Head of Buyout Group.
Manulife Asset Management appoints Myron M. Zhu as Head of Private Market in HK
Manulife Investment Management has appointed Myron M. Zhu to Head the firm’s private market business in Hong Kong since August this year.
In his Linkedin profile, Zhu described that his responsibility is primarily enhancing Manulife’s Private Markets franchise in Asia, with a focus on developing and executing third-party strategies, which he claims will distinguish its specialized investment capabilities to address investors’ needs.
Zhu, who has over 20 years of experience in the investment management industry, previously served as the co-head of PE in the Asia Pacific at Aberdeen Standard Investments for almost four years.
Prior to his role at Aberdeen, Zhu had been working at myriad investment banks and firms, including Credit Suisse, Sumitomo Bank Capital Markets, AIG Capital Partners, and JP Morgan Chase.
CDIB Capital names Alex Ying as Head of Buyout Group
Hong Kong-based CDIB Capital announced on Tuesday that it has roped in Alex Ying as its Head of Buyout Group, a newly created position at the company, it said in a statement.
Ying, who is a 20-year veteran of the Carlyle Group and founder of Rivendell Partners, will oversee activities in the mid-market buyout opportunities area in the region, especially in Greater China. He had also worked as part of Carlyle’s U.S. Real Estate Group before joining Carlyle Asia.