Clariden Leu adds staff in Hong Kong and Singapore

The Swiss private bank poaches execs from Deutsche Bank and HSBC to bolster its Asia team.
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Continuing the aggressive build-up by Swiss private banks in Asia, Clariden Leu has added four senior executives in Hong Kong and three relationship managers in Singapore. 

Matthew Man and Christy Cheung join this month as senior investment adviser and head of business and operational risk management, respectively. Man was previously an investment adviser at Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management. Cheung had been on the operational risk team at HSBC since 2008 and has also worked for Credit Lyonnais Securities, RBS Coutts, Hong Kong Exchanges Clearing and Deloitte Touche.

These appointments follow two other senior hires in Hong Kong, as reported last month by AsianInvestor. Shirley Yap arrived in April as...

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