Channel Capital has expanded its team with the appointment of a new in-house general counsel.
Greg Wong has taken the role in Channel Capital’s Sydney office, where he will be responsible for the oversight of legal and regulatory matters across the Channel group.
Prior to joining Channel Capital, he spent more than seven years with Perpetual as in-house legal counsel and has held roles as an external lawyer for law firms including Norton Rose Fulbright and King & Wood Mallesons.
Mr Wong has also been a member of the regulatory committee of the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA) Australia for more than five years.
Channel Capital co-founder and managing director Glen Holding commented: “Greg brings a great deal of expertise to our organisation and his experience within funds management and regulatory reform will help to further support our growing business.”
Mr Wong said he was pleased to have joined the organisation.
Channel Capital now services more than $16 billion in assets. Established in 2013, the firm now has 27 employees across Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.
It currently partners with eight investment management firms, including Jamieson Coote Bonds, Sage Capital, Revolution Asset Management, RWC Partners and Bell Asset Management.
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