State Bridge Partners today announced that Nicholas Brind will succeed Simon Watkinson within the Board of Directors.
Online PR News – 07-November-2017 – HONG KONG – Mr. Philips is currently Managing Director but will make transition to the Board of Directors following Simon Watkinson’ retirement last week due to health reasons. Nicholas Brind has been with State Bridge Partners since 2009.
State Bridge Partners’ Chairman, Mr. Mark Richardson commented on Mr. Philips appointment saying “Nick brings to the Board his deep experience in major markets and in Asia which makes Nick’s appointment a natural next step. He knows Asia well, and has a track record of delivering for shareholders and for clients of State Bridge Partners.”
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