Head of portfolio advisory Asia-Pacific
Mr Ryan-Kane will be responsible for driving investment solutions for clients in Asia, and will sit on the firm's global investment committee and will chair the regional portfolio construction group. This is a newly created role for the region.
Greater China Sophos
Mr Liu will be responsible for driving Sophos' business development and channel strategy throughout China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. He has more than 17 years of sales management experience and has held similar roles with McAfee and Novell.
Vice-president, general counsel and chief compliance officer
New York Life Hong Kong
Ms Chan will oversee the company's legal and compliance functions. She joined New York Life in 2004 with special responsibilities for corporate and commercial law, insurance practice as well as corporate compliance.
Yee Nin Lee
Vice-president and acting chief financial officer
New York Life Hong Kong
Ms Lee will be responsible for supporting the company's goal to provide first-class products and services to the market by managing its financial strength and stability.
Mr So is responsible for the company's construction services business and oversees Gammon's in-house engineering consultancy, Lambeth Associates. He has more than 22 years of experience in design and construction involving projects across the region.
Mr Yu is responsible for overseeing the company's civil engineering operation and its future growth and development. He was the chairman of the civil division of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers and has more than 30 years' experience in large-scale civil engineering projects.
Ami Bhatt Hardy
Ms Bhatt Hardy was a senior client partner in one of the top international global search firms and has 18 years of experience in the industry. At Boyden, she is a practice leader for consumer goods, retail and media/entertainment practices covering Greater China.
Deputy general manager
Mr Li will be responsible for defining and implementing business strategies targeting key Asian markets, while continuing to oversee the sales and marketing team.
Senior account manager
Before joining the company, Ms Vu held various sales positions with Hotel Kunlun, Ismay Publications and Dow Jones. Ms Vu is a graduate of the Beijing Aeronautics and Astronautics University. She will be based in Beijing.
Asia managing partner
Mr Shao succeeds Giles White, who is retiring from the partnership at the end of the month. He has been the firm's managing partner for Greater China since 2003 and is a specialist in China-related mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructuring and direct investments.
Mr Kumar is a member of Linklaters' Greater China financial markets regulatory practice, based in Hong Kong. He advises financial institutions including investment and commercial banks, asset managers and insurers on the regulatory issues relevant to their businesses.
Ms Thompson has a strong reputation in Hong Kong in domestic and cross-border transactions including those that require expertise in Hong Kong listing rules and, particularly, the Hong Kong takeovers code.
Mr Toyokawa joined Linklaters' corporate/ mergers and acquisitions practice in Tokyo at the time of the firm's Japanese merger in 2005. He advises international clients on Japanese law transactions in Japan, as well as Japanese clients on non-Japanese law transactions.
Hyunwoo Barton Lee
Yorkville Advisors HK
Mr Lee will primarily focus on originating and structuring transactions in Korea and other Asian markets. He was vice-president, global capital markets, at Morgan Stanley in Hong Kong, where he was responsible for origination and execution of equity offerings.