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Private bankers leave JPMorgan in Hong Kong

Six former executives from JPMorgan Private Bank in Hong Kong move to Deutsche Bank's private wealth management business.
Deutsche Bank private wealth management announced Tuesday that it has hired six former executives from JPMorgan Private Bank in Hong Kong.

The bankers, who will begin work at Deutsche today, include Margaret Kwong, the former head of JPMorgan Private BankÆs Hong Kong coverage team, who will join as managing director reporting to Kenneth Toong, head of Deutsche Bank private wealth management North Asia and deputy head Asia-Pacifice.

Other former JPMorgan private bankers moving over to Deutsche Bank include Wendy Kong who takes on the role of managing director and relationship manager Alice Chow who becomes managing director and investment adviser Wilfred Ng who joins as director and investment adviser Wayne Wai, who...
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