Susan Huang '84

Member, Board of Visitors

Susan (“Susie”) Huang ’84 is a Vice Chairman of Investment Banking and a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley. She joined Morgan Stanley in 1984 as a financial analyst after graduating from Dartmouth with an AB in history. She then completed a joint MBA/JD program at Columbia, and returned to Morgan Stanley in 1990 as an associate in the M&A department. She worked in the Firm’s Hong Kong office from 1993 to 1994, and was named Vice President in 1994, Principal in 1996, and Managing Director in 1999. She was promoted to her current position as a Vice Chairman of the Investment Banking Division in January 2013, where she continues to focus on making deals and maintaining relationships with key clients in the U.S. and abroad. Ms. Huang specializes in mergers and acquisitions with a particular focus on cross border deals and the healthcare, consumer and chemicals sectors.  Recent notable transactions include Wyeth’s sale to Pfizer, Reckitt Benckiser’s acquisition of Schiff Nutrition, the sale of Pharmasset to Gilead, GlaxoSmithKline’s acquisition of Human Genome Sciences, P&G’s sale of Pringles and Folgers. Susie was born in Taipei, Taiwan and grew up in Virginia.

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