TCI Loses More Than Face as Japan Says No to Foreigners Playing
Bloomberg – It was a crisp autumn day in November 2005 when hedge fund manager John Ho entered the half- century-old Electric Power Development Co.’s headquarters in Tokyo, betting that Japan’s corporate attitudes were ripe for change.
Ho, then director of Asia-Pacific investments at the Children’s Investment Fund Management UK LLP, also known as TCI, was ushered into a conference room with a worn carpet to meet with Masayoshi Kitamura, then executive vice president of the utility. The visitor, who was offered a bottle of water, told Kitamura he wanted to learn more about the company’s plans for growth.
Read Complete Article
About the HedgeCo News Team
The Hedge Fund News Team stays on top of breaking news in the Hedge Fund industry on an hourly basis.
Signup to HedgeCo.Net to recieve Daily or Weekly news updates from our team.
This entry was posted in Syndicated
and tagged asia-pacific
, autumn day
, corporate attitudes
, crisp autumn
, day in november
, development co
, executive vice
, investment fund management
, vice president
. Bookmark the permalink