Harver Group's Senior Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions Mr Peter Williams, who will be managing the 2014 opening of Harver Group's Hong Kong branch today made a public appeal for market analyst applications.
Jun. 14, 2013 - CHUO-KU, Japan -- In the run up to the opening of the Hong Kong branch scheduled for early 2014, Harver Group will now seek to employ up to 80 analysts, and possibly many more across the course of 2014 depending on the number of new contracts signed with research clients in Hong Kong over the next 6 months.
Mr. Stephen Rogers, Harver Group's Director of Private Equity said "naturally we're looking initially to target locally based Hong Kong brokerages and obtain as much of that market share as we possibly can, and we will therefore need to have a strong, experienced workforce in place prior to our opening next year". Senior Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions at Harver Group, Mr. Peter Williams said "Whilst many other major equity research houses have struggled over recent months, Harver Group has obtained several sizeable corporate contracts which will give the company a solid income over the next 24 months. Still this is an enormous step for Harver Group, but it is something that has been in the pipeline for quite some time, so it is of course essential that we plan and prepare and that those analysts who are to move from Tokyo to Hong Kong experience a smooth transition, and are then well supported by those new recruits that we are now looking to sign".
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