Politics & Regulation

New AIMA Hong Kong chairman vows support for a China chapter


Philip Tye, the new chairman of the Hong Kong chapter of the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA), is throwing his full support behind the establishment of an AIMA office in China to build professionalism in the fledgling industry there.

Tye, also the founder and managing director of Dragonback Capital, took over the AIMA post from Christophe Lee who chaired the organisation in Hong Kong for almost nine years. Other executives elected to AIMA board include Hong Kong Deutsche Bank’s managing director and head of Asia-Pacific prime finance Anthony Byrne as deputy chair and LIM Advisors partner Michael Gibson