Invast Global recruits industry veterans to boost Asian offering
Posted: 13 February 2017 | Invast Global | No comments yet
Andrew Pal and Cassandra Lister are set to join Invast Global as the the firm bids to strengthen its offering in prime broking and liquidity across Asia.
Investment bank veterans Andrew Pal and Cassandra Lister are joining Invast Global as specialist consultants, as the firm aims to strengthen its Asian PB and liquidity offering.
With a distinguished, twenty-year career at UBS under his belt, most notably as the Executive Director & CEO of UBS Futures Singapore, Andrew Pal brings particular expertise in the changing global regulatory environment and the opportunities afforded within the prime services space as regulatory reforms progress.
Commenting on his appointment at Invast, Pal said: ‘‘I am looking forward to working with Invast Global at such an exciting time in the evolution of the prime brokerage landscape and especially, the growth of Invast Global into a leading global prime services provider.”
Cassandra Lister, a respected Investment Banking executive in Asia, meanwhile, joins Invast via her independent consulting firm, Euforia Consulting. Based in Hong Kong for the past decade, Lister has enjoyed a highly successful career encompassing senior executive and regional roles at J.P. Morgan, Societe Generale and Deutsche Bank. Known for her holistic approach to client relationships, Lister will assist Invast in expanding their presence at the higher end of the prime services segment across Asia.
Gavin White, CEO of Invast Global has warmly welcomed the new members of the Invast team, seeing the appointments as yet another sign of the firm’s ascension within the industry.
“The quality of these two appointees is testament to the excellence of our offering,” said White. “Andrew and Cassandra are joining a firm which is very well-positioned to benefit from the way the industry is evolving. Our team, infrastructure and product offering are all of the highest calibre and our firm is an exciting place to be.”