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StormHarbour announces Asuka DBJ stake

Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - StormHarbour Partners LP, the independent global markets and financial advisory firm, announces today that Asuka DBJ Partners Co. Ltd, a private investment firm that is a joint venture between Development Bank of Japan and Asuka Asset Management, has acquired an 8% equity stake in its Tokyo-based securities firm, StormHarbour Japan Ltd. The capital injection, which was completed today on terms that have not been disclosed, is a significant step in the growth and development of StormHarbour Japan and a powerful endorsement of StormHarbour Partners’ business model and the long-term growth strategy it is pursuing globally.Source

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