Moelis Heads to Australia

Marino, Jonathan
August 2009
Mergers & Acquisitions Report;8/24/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 34, p8
The article reports on the expansion of Moelis & Co. in Sydney, New South Wales. The investment bank will build a five-person team covering Australian and Asian markets, mostly made up of JPMorgan veterans. Chris Wyke will join the firm as a managing director and Julian Biggins has joined the firm as a senior vice president. It notes that boutique and mid-market banks have increasingly sought to build a presence in Australia and in the Asia-Pacific region.


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