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Indosuez Wealth Management adds To Team In Hong Kong

Tom Burroughes Group Editor 15 May 2017

Indosuez Wealth Management adds To Team In Hong Kong

The France-headquartered wealth manager continues to add to its Asia teams.

Indosuez Wealth Management in Hong Kong has recruited Ezena Mok as senior director, effective 5 May 2017. The role is a newly-created one, the firm told this publication.

Ezena Mok is the fifth Senior Banker recruited by Indosuez Wealth Management in Asia since 1 January 2017. She reports directly to Piera Au-Yeung, team head and deputy chief executive of the Hong Kong branch, the firm said in a statement yesterday. 

She brings more than 20 years of experience as private banker. Before joining Indosuez Wealth Management, she was working at ANZ Private Bank Hong Kong (that business has been sold by its Australia parent to DBS, the Singapore-headquartered lender).

Among recent appointments, the Paris-headquartered firm in March brought in Leong Loo Lim Lynda as senior director of its Singapore operations. Leong has spent the last 20 years working as a client advisor and private banker. Most recently, she worked with Julius Baer and UBS in Singapore and Taipei. 

At the start of the year it appointed one of its veteran figures, Pierre Masclet, as chief executive for wealth management activities in Asia and as branch manager for Singapore; it also named Sen Sui as commercial head for Asia. Masclet works with Antoine Candiotti, CEO in Hong Kong, and Sui. The role that Masclet takes on had not been fully in use for about two years.


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