A former managing director at Wells Fargo has joined Hong Kong-based Double Haven Capital as the chief executive.
According to news outlet South China Morning Post, Greg Donohugh began his new position last month after Double Haven's assets nearly tripled to more than $635 million since its inception in 2011.
In Donohugh’s new role, he will primarily focus on raising capital and formulating the firm’s strategic direction. He was previously the managing director of Asia securities at banking giant Wells Fargo where his responsibilities included fixed-income, some corporate finance activities, derivatives and structured notes.
Specializing in Asian credit strategies, Double Haven spun out of Japanese asset manager Sparx Group in 2011.