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Julius Baer’s southeast Asia private banking head leaves

Jason Moo was also branch manager for Singapore.
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Julius Baer’s head of private banking for southeast Asia and branch manager for Singapore, Jason Moo, is leaving the bank.

Jimmy Lee, head of Asia Pacific, has been named as interim head of private banking for southeast Asia, while Benjamin Sim, deputy branch manager for Singapore will take over Moo’s responsibilities in Singapore. The changes were effective 16 December.

“I want to personally thank Jason for his leadership, commitment and important contributions to Julius Baer over the past three years. Under his leadership, our southeast Asia franchise has expanded its market position and performed well in a challenging environment. I wish him all the best for his future endeavours,” said Lee.

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