UBS adds to bespoke services for ultra-rich clients

UBS hires David Hayward Evans as head of philanthropy and values-based investing in Asia-Pacific.
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In a continued effort by private banks to distinguish themselves and offer bespoke services, UBS announced last week that it has hired David Hayward Evans as head of philanthropy and values-based investing in Asia-Pacific.

Evans will be based in Singapore and joins Christina Tung and Jenny Santi, who both have been instrumental in developing UBS’s philanthropy services in Hong Kong and Singapore.

The appointment comes as UBS strengthens its offering to clients who consider themselves “responsible investors” in Asia people who want to do the right thing with their money. UBS has focused particularly in new areas such as “impact investing” for social and environmental...

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