Mok goes to HSBC Asset Management

A move to the buyside from the sellside for Philip Mok

Philip Mok has left Deutsche Securities and the sell side to join HSBC Asset Management in Hong Kong as investment director for equities, where he will head the investment team and be responsible for equity investments.

Previously he served as head of Greater China research at Deutsche, where he developed strategy for Hong Kong and China. The Greater China role at Deutsche was filled earlier this week by Jing Ulrich, who was hired from CLSA.

Prior to his work at Deutsche, he had served in a similar position at SG Securities. In all he has been in the industry for 14 years.

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