Leadership change at Swiss private bank Julius Baer in South-East Asia.
Jason Moo, head of private banking of South-East Asia and branch manager of Singapore, will step down from his position at Julius Baer to pursue opportunities outside the bank.
He will be replaced by Jimmy Lee as ad interim head of private banking South-East Asia and Benjamin Sim as ad interim branch manager of Singapore, the bank said in a statement.
During his tenure, Moo strengthened the firm’s franchise and
broadened its footprint in South-East Asia, the bank said in a
Lee, a member of the executive board of Julius Baer Group, and head of Asia Pacific, will take over as ad interim head of private banking of South-East Asia, while continuing to lead the region in his current role, the firm continued.
Sim, deputy branch manager of Singapore, will step in as ad
interim branch manager of Singapore, starting in December
Lee said: “I want to personally thank Jason for his leadership, commitment, and important contributions to Julius Baer over the past three years.”
“Under his leadership, our South-East Asia franchise has expanded its market position and performed well in a challenging environment. I wish him all the best for his future endeavours,” he continued.