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Burlington Global hires Kenji Tanaka to lead continued growth in Japan
Burlington Global today announced that Kenji Tanaka will join the Firm at its new Country Director of Japan to expand its services in the country.
Prior to joining Burlington Global, Kenji spent 8 years at The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ in Tokyo and then moved to Hong Kong for a stint with Standard Chartered and then moved to London and Zurich before returning back to Asia where he has held various leadership roles within several Investment Banking institutions.
Kenji Tanaka began his career at Mizuho Bank where she started off in their Securities Division. He then joined Japan Post Bank and held senior leadership positions and also played a part in Japan Post Bank's successful IPO.
Burlington Global's Chief Operations Officer commented on the new appointment saying "Kenji Tanaka brings a wealth of insight to Burlington Global from his years of experience as a senior leader in this industry. We look forward to his leadership and expertise in the country and greater Asia Pacific region, which is an increasingly important part of our business."
Kenji Tanaka also commented on his delight at joining the firm saying "I am excited to join Burlington Global, a firm with such a strong reputation for excellence. Alongside the talented existing team in Japan and senior leaders from across the firm, I look forward to continued growth and success in the country," said Kenji Tanaka, new Country Director of Japan for Burlington Global.
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Founded in 2010, Burlington manages more than $2 billion across several traditional and alternative strategies on behalf of both institutional investors and private clients. Burlington is headquartered in Hong Kong, with an office in Singapore, and invests across the entire capital structure.
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