Meet the speakers

IFR Asia High-Yield Roundtable 2021
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Kenny Chan Wai Kin

Zhenro Properties

Kenny Chan Wai Kin is executive director, vice president and chief financial officer of Zhenro Properties Group, having joined the company in November 2018.

He has over 15 years of experience in accounting and financial matters, and previously worked in financial management roles for Future Land Development Holdings, Times China Holdings and Golden Wheel Tiandi Holdings.

Prior to this, Kenny worked as an auditor and auditor manager at KPMG.

He holds a Bachelor degree in Business Science from Indiana University Bloomington and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He is a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.


Annalisa Di Chiara


Annalisa Di Chiara is a senior vice president in Moody’s Corporate Finance Group. Based in Hong Kong, she covers a portfolio of telecommunications, media and beverage companies in South and South-East Asia.

Annalisa is also a lead coordinator for Moody’s high-yield research and outreach initiatives for the Asia Pacific region.

Prior to joining Moody’s, Annalisa worked for UBS in credit related roles across debt capital markets and leveraged finance. She has also worked for Credit Suisse and the Bank of New York as a ratings advisor and a corporate finance banker. Annalisa holds a double major from Brown University in Business Economics and English & American Literature.


Deepak Dangayach


Deepak Dangayach is managing director and head of leveraged and debt capital markets for Asia Pacific at UBS.

Prior to joining UBS in 2016, Deepak was head of high yield and leveraged debt capital markets at Deutsche Bank, where he worked for more than 11 years.

Deepak has worked on numerous financings across investment grade and high-yield bonds, acquisition and buyout financings, pre-IPO and mezzanine financings. He has worked with corporates, sovereign and quasi sovereigns and financial sponsor clients across Asia.

Deepak has a B Tech from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi and an MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.


Sibo Feng


Dr Sibo Feng is managing director and deputy global head of credit markets at CICC.

He has over 20 years of experience in the international and Chinese fixed income markets.

Prior to joining CICC in 2011 as its Hong Kong head of fixed income, he worked in several global financial institutions, including JP Morgan, Merrill Lynch and BNP Paribas, with various roles managing fixed income trading and multi-asset structuring.

Sibo holds a PhD in Chemistry from Harvard University and a BSc from Georgia Institute of Technology.


Monica Hsiao

Triada Capital

Monica Hsiao is founder and chief investment officer of Triada Capital, which she started in 2015. Prior to this she established the Asia credit strategies business for global multi-strategy hedge fund CQS in 2009.

She has over 17 years of global trading experience managing credit long-short fundamental strategies. She worked at global investment banks in London including Nomura, Credit Suisse and Merrill Lynch. Previously, she practiced corporate law for five years in New York, focusing on M&A and private equity. Monica holds a BA in Economics and MA in International Policy Studies from Stanford University; a JD from UCLA School of Law; and an MS in Finance from the London School of Business.


Daniel Stanton

Editor, IFR Asia (Moderator)

Daniel Stanton is the editor of IFR Asia and is based in Singapore. He has been with IFR Asia since 2009, during which time he has held roles including Asia bond editor and Asia equities editor.

IFR Asia has a team of reporters and editors in Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, Beijing, Melbourne and Mumbai, covering onshore and offshore capital markets transactions across Asia Pacific.

Before joining IFR, Daniel worked for other financial publications in Singapore, Dubai and London.

He has a MA in International Journalism from Cardiff University, UK.

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