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Hong Kong-based REORIENT hires new managing director

REORIENT Group has named David Goldman as managing director and head of Americas. Prior to joining REORIENT, Goldman worked at Macrostrategy and prior to that, was global head of debt research at Bank of America. Headquartered in Hong Kong, REORIENT Group is a financial services firm.

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HONG KONG, CHINA–(Marketwired – Sep 24, 2013) – David Goldman has joined REORIENT Group (HKSE: 376) as Managing Director and Head of Americas, providing the Group’s clients with strategic advice, and adding global coverage to complement the firm’s resources and expertise in Asia. He will be based in Hong Kong.
In addition to macro analysis, he will also be responsible for growing REORIENT’s relationships with institutional investors and investment banking clients in the Western Hemisphere.
Goldman joined from Macrostrategy LLC, a financial consulting firm. He was previously global head of debt research and a member of the fixed income executive committee at Bank of America. He has also held senior positions at Credit Suisse, where he was elected to Institutional Investor’s All-America Fixed Income team as General Strategist, and at Cantor Fitzgerald. Goldman is a widely-cited and respected writer on finance as well as global affairs. He is a Fellow at the London Center for Policy Research and the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs.
“David is a great addition to our team and will help REORIENT establish a presence and brand in the Americas. His insights into world politics and their effect on global macroeconomics will augment REORIENT’s offering while expanding our global footprint. David’s fixed income background makes him a valuable resource in uncertain times,” said Brett McGonegal, REORIENT Group’s Executive Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer.
A successful author and prolific writer, Goldman has written hundreds of articles, on fixed income research and economics for investment banks, financial media and academic journals. In 2011 he published ‘How Civilizations Die’ a widely-cited study of global demographics.
Goldman frequently addresses professional and governmental groups, including a past World Bank Annual Meeting symposium on Asian Bond Markets and the Greenwich Roundtable. He appears frequently on media networks, such as CNBC and Bloomberg.
REORIENT Group Limited
REORIENT Group’s subsidiary REORIENT Financial Markets Ltd (HKSE: 376), is licensed by the Securities and Futures Commission, and is an exchange participant of the securities markets of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited. The firm offers a full range of financial products and services, including investment banking, equities sales and trading, private equity transactions, research analysis and strategy, as well as global distribution.