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...CSFB Appoints Carlos Oyarbide as Managing Director and Head of Financial Institutions Group for non-Japan Asia-Pacific Hong Kong, June 02, 2003 - Credit Suisse First Boston is pleased to announce the appointment of Carlos Oyarbide as Managing Director and Head of CSFB's Financial Institutions Group (FIG) for non-Japan Asia-Pacific. Mr. Oyarbide
will be responsible for the investment banking team that covers banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions in the region excluding Japan.
It is important to bring to Asia people like Carlos
, who can apply their global experience of the largest and most innovative restructuring, privatization and M&A mandates."
Key FIG deals for CSFB
in Asia Pacific in the recent past include the US$5 billion merger between Commonwealth Bank of Australia
and Colonial Limited
, bookrunner positions on the US$430 million convertible bond offering for Taiwan's Fubon Financial in 2002, and the US$300 million high-yield bond offering for PT Bank Mandiri of Indonesia
in April of this year.CSFB
is currently mandated as a joint global coordinator for the planned initial public offering of China Life, China's largest life insurance company. Mr. Oyarbide joins CSFB from Morgan Stanley, where he was a Managing Director for Corporate Finance Execution.
Most recently based in London, Mr. Oyarbide's
career spans Asia, Europe and the Americas.In 1999 - 2000 he worked in Morgan Stanley's Hong Kong office, working on transacations including the Sinopec restructuring and USD 3.5 billion IPO, and the restructuring and US$ 5.7 billion IPO for China Unicom.His
mergers and acquisitions work includes the US$13.6 billion acquisition of Generale Bank
, and the de-mutalization and merger of Hong Kong Futures Exchange with the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.Prior to Morgan Stanley, Mr. Oyarbide worked with UBS and management consultants McKinsey & Company.