Dobbs-Higginson, in July 1990, when he was chairman of Merrill Lynch Asia Pacific, in Hong Kong. Picture: SCMP

Monk turned banker on Lee Kuan Yew, Patten, a Thai coup he eavesdropped on, and steak, women and wine in Hong Kong

Buddhist former Merrill Lynch Asia Pacific head Michael Dobbs-Higginson recalls a life of thrills and spills, Hong Kong as a base but hardly a home, and a time when ‘lying and stealing’ didn’t define investment banking

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Dobbs-Higginson, in July 1990, when he was chairman of Merrill Lynch Asia Pacific, in Hong Kong. Picture: SCMP
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