Swiss private banking firm to open Singapore branch

Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch will make use of its Singapore merchant bank license to provide private banking services to Asian entrepreneurs.

One of the largest private banking firms in Switzerland and Europe, Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch, has obtained a license to open a branch in Singapore, which will enable it to offer global private banking services in the Asia region.

The bank says its primary objective is to preserve and grow its clientsÆ assets and help them to pass their wealth on to future generations, which makes it a natural partner for AsiaÆs family entrepreneurs. And according to a release, its...

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