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MSIM hires ex-CSAM Apac head for Greater China leadership role

Min Huang has joined the US investment manager as head of Greater China.

Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM) has appointed Min Huang as head of Greater China, as the asset manager seeks to drive an integrated strategy bringing together business and distribution efforts, according to an internal memo.

Based in Hong Kong, Huang (pictured) will have responsibilities across MSIM business platforms and distribution in Greater China. 

Her role will include partnering with the MSIM China management team to strengthen the firm’s onshore fund management company, and growing Qualified Domestic Limited Partnership offerings. 

“Huang will drive synergies across these businesses and our client coverage in the region,” said the internal memo.

Prior to joining MSIM, Huang was the Asia Pacific head of Credit Suisse Asset Management before being appointed China head of client coverage for UBS Asset Management. 

She previously held the position of China head of Credit Suisse Asset Management where her responsibilities included management of their ICBC Credit Suisse Asset Management joint venture. 

 Following the completion of full ownership of its onshore fund management company in July 2023, MSIM China manages mutual funds and separately managed accounts for retail, high net worth individuals and institutional clients.

In addition to public mutual fund management, MSIM has long-established private equity and real estate investing businesses in China, as well as a QDLP platform that enables domestic clients to invest in global strategies.

MSIM also appointed Michael Levin as head of MSIM Asia last year.

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