Southeast Asia IB head leaves Goldman

Hsin Yue Yong has left the US investment bank to pursue other opportunities.

Hsin Yue Yong, Goldman Sachs’ head of investment banking for South East Asia, has left the US investment bank to pursue other opportunities, according to an internal memo seen by FinanceAsia

Yong has been with Goldman 18 years, largely in Singapore. She will stay with the firm until the end of February, according to a person familiar with the situation.

The person added Yong is not headed to a rival firm and will likely take a break from investment banking.

Given Goldman already has several heavyweight bankers based in Singapore the firm is unlikely to hire a direct replacement. Tim Leissner,...

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