Mongolia’s first boutique investment bank adds to its team

Oscar Mendoza has joined Mongolia’s first boutique investment bank, Frontier Securities, as co-chief operating officer. Mendoza will be responsible for the day-to-day management of Frontier Securities and for setting and executing the firm's global strategy.

"Oscar is an experienced international financial markets professional with true passion for (the markets). He is a respected figure in the frontier arena," said Masa Igata, chief executive officer of Frontier Securities. "Oscar's hiring reaffirms Frontier Securities' ongoing commitment to the cross-border business in the frontier market of Mongolia. We look to him to provide industry leadership and to help us grow our business and further integrate our cross-border solutions into our broader frontier financial markets solutions sets".

Frontier Securities is based in Ulaanbaatar and stakes the claim as Mongolia’s first boutique investment bank. Its stated goal is to provide clients with the best of both worlds: an investment bank with a local presence and a firm with international financial markets expertise, particularly in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Singapore.

Mendoza has an MBA from the International University of Japan and is billed by the firm as an executive with "years of experience".

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