SG Private Banking appoints China CEO

Hsiao-Yun Lee, who has been building an onshore private banking business for SG in China since 2007, becomes CEO and reveals a plan to expand the team.

Societe Generale Private Banking has promoted Hsiao-Yun Lee to a new position as chief executive officer in China. The move recognises that the firm's private banking business in China has passed the build-up stage and is now ready to tap into one of the world's fastest growing wealth markets in earnest.

Lee has been head of private banking for China since October 2007 when she transferred to Shanghai to build an onshore private banking presence for SG in China. Prior to that, she spent 11 years in Hong Kong focusing on offshore private banking targeted at Chinese clients. She has more than 20 years of experience in the banking industry and joined SG Private Banking...

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