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Indosuez strengthens north Asia team

Hank Chiu and Renee Wu join as executive director and senior director respectively in Indosuez's north Asia team.
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Indosuez Wealth Management has hired Hank Chiu as executive director and Renee Wu as senior director in its north Asia team.

Chiu has worked at UBS Wealth Management and Morgan Stanley Wealth Management over the past 17 years, both in Singapore.

He will focus on coverage of Taiwanese clients in his new role, having started his earlier career in Taiwan.

Meanwhile, Wu was most recently senior vice president of the private banking division at Taipei Fubon Bank. She has also worked at ANZ Bank and Citibank.

“We are excited to have Hank and Renee on board; I am confident their expertise and experience will bolster the team’s presence in the north Asia market,” said Alfred Low, head of north Asia and strategic partnerships.

“This expansion is in line with our dedicated strategy for Taiwan and the region as we sharpen our focus to provide customised wealth management solutions including supporting generational wealth transfer.”

“With Hank and Renee’s deep experience, we will be ideally positioned to bring the full suite of private banking solutions and the full platform of the Credit Agricole Group to key clients in the region.”

“We have been investing rigorously into the restructuring and strengthening of our Asia teams with the onboarding of senior bankers and product specialists over the last two years, to serve specific market segments and ensure that clients receive optimal service,” said Omar Shokur, CEO of Asia.

“We have been laying the groundwork for our teams even as the world was battling the pandemic, affirming Indosuez’s long-standing commitment and confidence in Asia’s economic dynamism.”

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