ABN AMRO Mellon reaps Asian fruit

The joint venture securities services company opens a Singapore office and announces three mandate wins.

Global custodian ABN AMRO Mellon has started 2005 with a hat trick in Asia - opening an office in Singapore, appointing a senior manager and apparently winning three mandates. The hat trick comes as the joint-venture company executes its plan to build on its client base in the region and grow market share.

The Singapore office will be used as a hub from which to explore opportunities in the domestic market and around the region.

Hong Hung Thiam has been appointed business development manager and will work from the Singapore office. Hong's last job was with Deutsche Bank where he was vice president of sales and client...

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