Glenn Henrickson

Based in Hong Kong , Glenn is a founding partner of CIF Hong Kong Limited and Asia Technology Management (ATM), advisory/consulting firms that advise banks, non-bank financial institutions and corporations in Asian and EMEA emerging markets. Clients include a broad range of public and private institutions including: Asian Development Bank, National Development and Reform Commission of the State Council (PRC), Credit Orienwise (PRC), Woori Global Markets Asia Limited (Hong Kong), African Development Bank, East African Development Bank, Union Bank of the Philippines, iDarts Malaysia, Yongji Wenchang Co., Huayue Lighting and Nest Cosmetics.

Glenn has performed a broad range of advisory work including most recently Mergers and acquisition advisory work for several companies including: A US based alternative power producer acquisition by a company due to be listed on a US exchange in the near future. Huayue Lighting on evaluating its options to acquire or be acquired by companies with a US platform. Studio II Brands on several potential transactions of brands to add to their portfolio. A Hong Kong based entertainment company on an acquisition of a business in the UK. He currently and previously served on several Boards of US listed public companies most recently with Santa Fe Gold (SFEG), selected to assist the troubled company in raising capital and evaluating and creating strategies to overcome their financial problems. Additionally, he sits on the Board of Governors of the American Club in Hong Kong. Prior to founding CIF and ATM, Glenn worked for the African Development Bank where he started the Banks’ fixed rate investment unit.

Previously, during the Asian Financial Crisis, Glenn was the Hong Kong based risk manager for securities dealer Bear Stearns for all Asian derivative, credit and currency businesses as well as global responsibilities for high-grade corporate bonds, convertible and asset swaps books. He was also responsible for negotiating and structuring workouts where he participated in formal restructuring of derivative and debt exposures to Asian problem credits. Prior to Bear Stearns, he was a Principal with BlackRock Financial Management where he managed in excess of US$10 billion in corporate bond portfolios. Glenn also held a portfolio management position with New York Life, was a corporate bond trader with Prudential Bache Securities and an analyst with Value-Line Investment survey earlier in his career.

Glenn received a BS/MBA degree from State University of New York at Buffalo in 1982. He is a US citizen, permanent resident of Hong Kong.