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Morgan Stanley PWM names sole investment management Asia head

The change came after one of the co-heads departed the firm.
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Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management (PWM) has named Christina Au Yeung as the sole head of its investment management services team in Asia.

Based in Hong Kong, she was most recently the Asia co-head of investment management services, together with Nathan Lim.

Before her promotion, Au Yeung held the role of co-head of investment management services for the past year and was the executive director of alternative investments at the American investment manager from 2018 to 2022.

She has also worked at Bank J Safra Sarasin, a Swiss private bank, as the vice president for fund investments and advisory for five years and as a market executive at Tiburon Partners between 2009 and 2013, according to her LinkedIn profile.

Lim departed the bank on 19 April, according to a post on his LinkedIn page.

He first joined Morgan Stanley as the head of wealth management research in Australia for six years before being promoted to co-head of investment management services in February 2022.

Prior to that, he also worked at Three Pillars Portfolio Managers as a portfolio manager.

“My yearning to return to my responsible investing roots precipitated this change and I look forward to exploring new opportunities,” he wrote.

He also added that he is currently looking for a new role but no details have been released so far.

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