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A wolf of Wall Street in Hong Kong leaves the pack for life of charity

S.China Morning Post Sunday, 19 November 2017
Charity probably is not the first word that comes to mind when one thinks of an investment banker. A common stereotype is a man in a pinstripe suit, lighting cigars with dollar bills and muttering, “Greed is good.” Edward Man Ho-wai lived that life. Well maybe not in such a cartoonish way, but he was cutting billion dollar deals as recently as 2012 when he was a director at the US-based private equity fund Carlyle Group. Now he makes a different kind of deal in a different kind of...
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