Alliance Advisors Expands Asian Operations


HONG KONG–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Alliance Advisors, leading global proxy solicitation and corporate advisory firm, is pleased to announce that Gilbert Tam has joined Alliance’s Hong Kong team as Vice President of Business Development.

Ted Wallace, Head of Alliance’s APAC Division says, “Gilbert is an outstanding appointment as we extend the influence of our services across Greater China. His extensive experience and contribution to the business is welcomed and I know that he will be a great addition to our business development team.”

Prior to joining Alliance, Gilbert spent the majority of his 20-year career pursuing new business for notable firms such as Thomson Financial First Call, Thomson Financial PORTIA and Standard and Poor’s Asia. During his tenure with Deloitte ICE, he provided corporate advisory services on business restructuring, mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures. He has a strong reputation for aligning local and international experience to provide clients with insightful and practical business advice they need to overcome challenges and achieve their strategic objectives.

Gilbert Tam commented, “I am very excited to join the new Hong Kong team at Alliance Advisors; a strong undertaking of the firm’s commitment to support clients in the Greater China region.”

“Bringing Gilbert on as a VP of Business Development comes at an exciting time in Alliance’s growth trajectory, and we are delighted that he has chosen to further his career with us,” stated Joseph Caruso, Alliance’s CEO. “Gilbert will become an integral part of our overall strategic plans for the Greater China region.”

About Alliance Advisors

Alliance Advisors is a proxy solicitation and corporate advisory firm that specializes in investor intelligence, corporate governance consulting, proxy contests, market surveillance and proxy management. Founded in 2005, the firm annually services more than 600 corporate and mutual fund clients around the world.


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