Professional Moves

A brief catch up during another busy week of hiring and departures.

Nomura, Asia’s global investment bank, has appointed Albert Leung as Northeast Asia rates strategist. Mr. Leung will be based in Hong Kong and reports to Rob Subbaraman, Head of Global Markets Research and Chief Economist for Asia ex-Japan. In his new role, he will be covering ratesmarkets across the Northeast Asia region with a focus on China, Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong, and partnering with Vivek Rajpal, who covers the India and Southeast Asia rates markets.

Colin Brooks, HSBC Securities Services' head of sub-custody, has left the bank. He has been replaced by two global heads who will jointly run the reorganised investor and asset services business.

Deutsche Wealth and Asset management have named Thomas Hu as managing director and head of the global client group for Asia ex Japan.

In Singapore Swiss bank Julius Baer have made Karen Tan a director on the funds advisory team.


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