BORDER LINES: HONG KONG - MD role for Chin at B-M

Curtis Chin has been made managing director of Burson-Marsteller’s Hong Kong operation. He was previously managing director of the firm’s Asia-Pacific public affairs practice, a position which he will continue to hold alongside his new responsibilities. Chin takes over from Steve Lyons, B-M’s vice-chairman North Asia, who will focus on account handling for clients including computer company Dell and courier firm DHL. Chin will report to Singapore chief executive officer Ferdinand de Bakker and oversee a team of about 50. Before moving to Singapore, Chin was managing director of the agency’s Beijing operation.

Curtis Chin has been made managing director of Burson-Marsteller’s

Hong Kong operation. He was previously managing director of the firm’s

Asia-Pacific public affairs practice, a position which he will continue

to hold alongside his new responsibilities. Chin takes over from Steve

Lyons, B-M’s vice-chairman North Asia, who will focus on account

handling for clients including computer company Dell and courier firm

DHL. Chin will report to Singapore chief executive officer Ferdinand de

Bakker and oversee a team of about 50. Before moving to Singapore, Chin

was managing director of the agency’s Beijing operation.



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