Spencer Seto is named head of North Asia, institutional business.
The Hong Kong-based banker moves to Nomura IWM after a short break.
Although favouring fixed income Hong Kong investors also poured cash into equity funds, according to Calastone research.
Investors beat a constant retreat from beleaguered China stocks as they await reassurance from Beijing.
The measures include increasing the scope of eligible products and increasing quotas.
The Canadian wealth manager has tapped Credit Suisse for the hires.
Chia’s appointment comes as Hong Kong continues to boost its credentials as a family office hub.
The asset manager also finds opportunities in Southeast Asia.
Michael Cross is a replacement for Cecilia Chan, who is retiring.
Sidney Wang joined its private banking team late last month.
The Zurich-based wealth manager has tapped Credit Suisse for several relationship officers hired in Hong Kong.
The collaboration is intended to enhance the Ping An Securities’ subsidiary’s wealth management services in Hong Kong.
The registrations are part of Wellington’s aim to expand its UCITS offerings in Asia.
Daisy Leung and Claudia Phuah have joined in the Hong Kong and Singapore offices respectively.
The managers believe local currency India fixed income can generate income and growth.
Peggy Lee has also been appointed Asia Pacific chief marketing officer.
Hong Kong was the most popular market among the six markets surveyed globally by Avaloq for discretionary portfolio management services.
RBC Wealth Management has hired Kenny Ng as team head in Hong Kong alongside three relationship managers in Singapore.
Lok Yim is a replacement for Siew Meng Tan, who is retiring after 20 years with HSBC.