Mr. Lounsbury will join Intel Financial Group after 9 years at JP Morgan, where he was most recently Senior Research and Exploration Analyst of Natural Resources.
Intel Financial Group’s Global Head of Natural Resources, Mr. Philip Barbour said: “The natural resources sector continues to be a critical area of focus and growth for Intel Financial Group globally. We believe that Larry will have an immediate positive impact on our ideas and we are delighted to have him onboard here Intel Financial Group.”
Mr. Lounsbury earned an MBA in Finance from Stern School of Business at New York University.
Intel Financial Group has grown to become one of the leading financial investment firms focusing on newly developed and developing markets throughout the Asia-Pacific and further afield. Based in the Asia-Pacific region, Intel Financial Group has its headquarters in the financial capital of one of the region’s powerhouses, Hong Kong. With unrivalled links within Asia, and extending to Australasia and the Americas, Europe and the Middle East, Intel Financial Group is now one of the world’s leading independent financial institutions serving clients from across the globe.
Established in 1994 by partners, Adrian Chambers Snr and Vicente Alonso, Intel Financial Group has been at the very forefront of financial management and advice, working with investors around the globe. With its foundations in Hong Kong, Intel Financial Group is well placed to work with the developing markets in Asia, particularly in sectors which are gaining prominence through a consumer class boom in economies previously considered under-developed.
Although primarily based in Asia, Intel Financial Group’s global reach means it is not limited to working with Asian companies. Intel Financial Group scours the world for investment opportunities amongst companies that are well placed to capitalise on emerging growth. Recently Intel Financial Group’s operations have been expanded to take in Latin American and Australasia, following the acquisition of several research firms in 2000-2006, and the company changed our name from Chambers & Alonso Partnership to Intel Financial Group.