The business has announced three senior appointments for its Hong Kong operation.
Indosuez Wealth Management in Asia has made three senior appointments for its Hong Kong branch. They are:
-- Willie Chue, managing director, Greater China market
-- Steven Wong, MD, senior relationship manager; and
-- Ada Zhou, director, relationship manager.
Chue, who reports to Olivier Livenais, CEO of the Hong Kong branch, is responsible for enhancing the bank’s core functional and economic efficiency and driving its growth strategy in the Greater China markets. Having spent more than two decades in the banking and financial industry in the US, Taiwan and Hong Kong, he garnered expertise and understanding of the Greater China markets from his time at top global banks Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan.
Wong, who reports to Willie Chue, has more than 20 years of experience in the sector, during which he worked in senior roles at global financial institutions, including Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, UBS and Societe Generale.
Ada Zhou has spent a decade in the banking and financial industry at top global banks, including Deutsche Bank, Bank of China (Hong Kong), UBS and JP Morgan.
Earlier this week, this news service reported that Indosuez Wealth Management had appointed Fouad Nicolas Trad as global head of the Middle East. He succeeded François R Farjallah. The firm is the global wealth management brand of Crédit Agricole Group.