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Indosuez WM expands Asia team

The French private wealth manager has made three senior hires in Hong Kong and Singapore.
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Indosuez Wealth Management, part of Crédit Agricole Group, has hired two investment advisers in Singapore and a head of compliance in Hong Kong.

Vikram Narayanan, one of the new investment advisers, mainly manages non-resident Indian clients and family offices.

He brings over 12 years of experience working at Standard Chartered Bank, ICICI Bank and Julius Baer, in sales and private banking advisory roles. Narayanan was most recently the portfolio manager at an external asset manager based in Singapore, with a focus on US equities and emerging markets fixed income.

Sandra Nilsson, the other investment adviser, has close to 20 years’ experience in the banking and financial services industry. She was previously an investment director at Bordier & Cie (Singapore), where she focused on thematic investments and bespoke discretionary mandates.

“These new appointments, with their deep experience in international financial services and strong understanding of key markets, bolster Indosuez’s suite of wealth management offering in the Greater China and Southeast Asia markets where it has a growing presence,” said the firm in a statement.

Meanwhile, Horace So has been appointed as the head of compliance for Indosuez Wealth Management in Hong Kong.

He will oversee the management and control of regulatory risks inherent to banking activities, and reports to Olivier Livenais, chief executive officer of the firm’s Hong Kong office.

So has worked in the private, investment, corporate and retail banking fields for 20 years, and has held leadership roles in compliance at major financial institutions such as Standard Chartered Bank and Barclays Capital Asia.

Prior joining Indosuez Wealth Management, So was head of compliance at East West Bank in Hong Kong.

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