Hong Kong Executive, Michael T.H. Lee, to Speak at Bowdoin
Story posted October 15, 1997
BRUNSWICK, Maine -- The third 1997-98 Bowdoin Business Breakfast will feature Michael T.H. Lee, founder of and partner in Asia Strategic Investment Management Ltd. in Hong Kong.
The breakfast is Tuesday, November 4, at 7:30 a.m., at Bowdoin College in Daggett Lounge, Coles Tower.
Lee will speak on "Hong Kong Post 1997 Handover."
A Hong Kong native, Lee graduated from Bowdoin in 1984 and earned a master's degree in business administration from Boston University in 1986. He returned to Hong Kong in 1987 to join Indosuez Asia Investment Services as fund manager for the $150 million Indosuez Asian Growth Fund. He was appointed director of that company in 1990.
In 1992, he co-founded Lloyd George Management and, in 1995, he was one of three partners to found Asia Strategic Investment Management Ltd. ASIM was established to provide investment management services in Asia to high-net-worth individuals and industrial clients. Lee is a director of Hysan Development Co. Ltd., chairman of the executive committee of The Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children, and an executive committee member of Helping Hand, a charity that provides room and board, nursing care and rehabilitative services to the homeless and needy elderly in Hong Kong. Seating is limited to 160.
Cost is $8.50. Payment to Bowdoin College, c/o Lynn Ensign, Donor Relations Office, 85 Federal St., Brunswick, Maine 04011, is required to hold your reservation.
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