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Tampi goes to Credit Suisse from HSBC

Credit Suisse creates a new role to boost its recently established Indian onshore wealth management business.
Credit Suisse has appointed Sai Tampi director and head of multi-asset class solutions MACS in India. His responsibilities in this newly created role will be to manage the MACS operations in India and to help the discretionary business of the bank's wealth management division to grow in the region. MACS, which is a part of Credit Suisse's asset management division, helps clients evaluate their investment strategies and optimise their portfolios.

The emphasis of Tampi's role is on building a new business since Credit Suisse's Indian onshore wealth management arm was only opened in May. Tampi will be based in Mumbai and will manage a small local team with support from Singapore. He will report...
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