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Deutsche Bank WM Names Group Head For North Asia

Editorial Staff, 22 October 2021

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The wealth and private banking arm of the German bank has made several senior Asia-Pacific hires in recent months.

Deutsche Bank Wealth Management has appointed Tse Yi-Mun as a managing director and group head for North Asia - the latest senior hire at the group.

Based in Singapore, Tse reports to Kanas Chan, head of Wealth Management North Asia.

Tse joined from HSBC where she was the market head for Hong Kong. She began her career at DBS and ABN AMRO where she was a relationship manager and desk head covering the Greater China region.

“With more than 20 years of private banking experience in the North Asia market, I have confidence that Yi-Mun can draw on her excellent network in the region to build an even stronger performing platform,” said Chan.

Among recent hires, former Bank of Singapore managing director Faye Lee joined Deutsche Bank Wealth Management as an MD in the South-East Asia team led by Shang-Wei Chow. It also named former Credit Suisse senior figure Alania Hsu Concepcion as investment management team head for South-East Asia. She is based in Singapore. Hsu Concepcion reports to Coo-Way Law, managing director, head of Southeast Asia investment management.

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