Global Sage has hired Valentino Sebic to its debt and derivatives practice in Japan and Adam Taylor-Campbell to the same practice group in Hong Kong.
Sebic joins Global Sage as a director in the Tokyo office. He joins Global Sage from the Options Group. Previously, he worked for Hogarth, Davies and Lloyd in Tokyo as head of the rates, credit and fixed income business. He was a founder of Millennium Search in Tokyo with a focus on investment banking and debt. Sebic has been in executive search in Japan since 1994. He is a Canadian citizen, graduate of Concordia University and fluent Japanese speaker.
Taylor-Campbell joins as an associate consultant in Hong Kong to work in the debt and derivatives business. He joins Global Sage from Robert Walters in Hong Kong, where he covered the banking market. Previously, Taylor-Campbell worked for Alexander Mann in London. He is British, although he grew up in South Africa and went to the University of Newcastle.
"The addition of Val and Adam to our regional debt and derivatives search practice will add a tremendous amount of experience to our already strong franchise in the region," said John Wright, CEO of Global Sage. " We are delighted to have them on board".