Rob Marstrand worked for UBS for 15 years, mainly in corporate strategy, before escaping the banking world and moving to South America. His ex-employer was the largest global wealth manager and world's biggest stock trader. The strategy job involved all areas of the business in all parts of the world. Reviewing current businesses, developing entry strategies for new businesses and countries, and working on acquisitions and joint ventures. This work involved detailed review and valuation of competitors and takeover targets. Rob lived in Hong Kong, China from 2002 to 2005, where he was particularly involved in negotiating joint ventures and acquisitions in China. He has also worked on projects, acquisitions and joint ventures in Japan, India, Saudi Arabia, the US, Switzerland, Indonesia and South Korea, amongst others. He is British, married to an Argentine wife, and emigrated to Buenos Aires, Argentina with his wife and two children in 2008.