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BNY Mellon IM Names Southeast Asia Intermediary Head

Editorial Staff, 20 July 2021

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The new appointee has had senior roles at Lombard Odier, UOB and Guotai Junan International Asset Management Singapore.

BNY Mellon Investment Management, which oversees $2.3 trillion in assets under management, has appointed Paul Liu as head of intermediary, Southeast Asia, a newly-created role. 

Based in Singapore, Liu will focus on increasing awareness of the organisation’s specialist investment firms and growing assets amongst private banks, family offices, fintech firms and strategic partnerships.

Before this role, Liu was head of wholesale at Lombard Odier Investment Managers for Asia ex Japan, covering private bank and family offices in China, Hong Kong and South East Asia. Prior to this he spent more than five years as head of retail sales for UOB Asset Management where he led a team focusing on the intermediary channels in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan and China.

Most recently he was a sales director at Guotai Junan International Asset Management Singapore, responsible the firm’s overall distribution strategy in Asia-Pacific across both institutional and intermediary markets.

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