Clariden Leu buys Standard Bank's private banking business

The purchase of Standard Bank's Asian business adds critical mass to Clariden Leu's Singapore hub and strengthens its Hong Kong presence.

Clariden Leu will acquire Standard Bank's private banking business in Asia, for an undisclosed amount, and integrate it into Clariden LeuÆs existing private banking Asia unit.

Clariden Leu was formed in January 2007, as a result of the merger of Credit Suisse's four private banks û Clariden, Bank Leu, Bank Hofmann, and BGP Banca di Gestione Patrimoniale û as well as the securities dealer Credit Suisse Fides. It has 20 offices worldwide and assets under management of approximately $99.3 billion....

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