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Goldman poaches private wealth banker from Citi

Kaven Leung joins Goldman Sachs as deputy head of private wealth management Asia.
Long-time Citi private banker, Kaven Leung, will jump ship to Goldman Sachs as deputy head of private wealth management Asia, according to an internal memo that FinanceAsia has seen.

After a 21-year career at Citi, most recently as the chief executive officer of Citi Global Wealth Management GWM Asia-Pacific, Leung joins Goldman in a newly created position. According to the memo, Leung will be responsible for establishing and executing the firm's private wealth management business strategy in Asia ex-Japan, as well as leading the team of investment professionals in developing client relationships.

Based in Hong Kong, Leung will also manage the operations of the business. He will report to David Voon and is anticipated...
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