Global Sun Solutions has announced that it has appointed Steven R. Aaron to the position of vice-president at the East Shenzhen, China based brokerage.
East Shenzhen, China., July 17, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) - Following extensive negotiations, Shenzhen, China-based broker-dealer, Global Sun Solutions, has announced that it is to appoint celebrated trader, Steven R. Aaron to the position of vice president.
Mr. Aaron who enjoyed lengthy tours of duty at several high profile European and American investment banks is expected to be preparing to assume his new role in the first week of August.
Carl Ruse-Meinhoff, Chief Executive Officer at Global Sun Solutions said, “We’re utterly delighted to have Steven on board. The list of deals on which he has left his indelible signature reads like a Who’s Who of modern day mergers and acquisitions. We fully expect him to lay the ground for a concerted expansion of our business into technology sector initial public offerings with the aim to make us a key player in the Asia Pacific.”
Mr. Aaron is understood to have played a key role in what remains to this day, the largest leveraged buyout in American history; namely the $31.1 billion KKR takeover of RJR Nabisco in 1989. He headed the bond sales operations at Shearson Lehman Hutton where he helped manage billions of dollars’ worth of client investments.
Mr. Aaron is thought to have been involved in talks with several Asian-based private equity and investment management groups as well as with Temasek, the Singaporean sovereign wealth fund before finally agreeing to join Global Sun Solutions.
“We are in no doubt that it is our ambition and designs on the technology IPO market, our highly talented human resources and our willingness to facilitate his vision that proved to be the deciding factor for Steven,” added Mr. Ruse-Meinhoff.
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