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JP Morgan Private Bank Names China Market Leader For Singapore

Editorial Staff 19 May 2021

JP Morgan Private Bank Names China Market Leader For Singapore

Taking on the post of managing director, Zhang joins the US bank from Credit Suisse.

JP Morgan Private Bank has appointed Elaine Zhang as China market leader for Singapore. Zhang will be based in Singapore reporting to James Wey, head of Singapore and Southeast Asia at the private bank. She is expected to start the new role in August, the lender said.

Zhang will be a managing director responsible for leading, growing and developing the firm’s China market in Singapore. 

With more than 20 years in the private banking industry, she has extensive expertise in servicing ultra-high net worth Chinese clients and leading successful teams of China market relationship managers. Most recently Zhang was market leader for Greater China in Singapore at Credit Suisse, where she served for more than a decade, cultivating the firm’s Greater China client base in Singapore. 

Originally from Shanghai, Zhang has been based in Singapore for more than 20 years. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, she served in banking roles at American Express Private Banking (acquired by Standard Chartered), DBS Bank and Bank of China.

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