CS: Loses High-Profile Banker in Singapore

Schroders

Cazenove Capital Management has appointed a new Head of Wealth Management in Singapore, revealed by finews.asia.

According to information obtained by finews.asia British banker Simon Lints will head Cazenove Wealth Management in Singapore. He will assume his new post on 6 June 2016 and, subject to regulatory approval, also become Chief Executive Officer for Schroder and Co in the city-state.

Cazenove, which is reputed to be the Queen's broker dates back to 1823 and is one of the U.K.'s most venerable names, was acquired by Schroders in 2013 for 424 million pounds.

Lints joins from Credit Suisse in Singapore where he has worked since 2008, most recently as Team Leader of the UK/International business within the International Wealth Management division in Singapore.

Unfulfilled Potential

At Cazenove he is replacing Swan Khing Go who left the company last year to establish a new company with the support of Swiss finance expert Marc Faber aka «Dr. Doom», as finews.ch recently also exclusively reported.  

«Simon is very experienced having been in front line banking since the early 1990’s. He has a proven track record of building businesses both at Credit Suisse and before that at UBS,» Andrew Ross, CEO of Cazenove Capital Management said. «We believe he will help realise the potential our business has in Singapore and alongside his new colleagues in Hong Kong will grow our wealth management presence in Asia.»

 

 

 

 

 

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