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StanChart poaches three from rival HSBC

As the Chinese New Year holidays begin, Standard Chartered quietly announces three senior private banking hires lured over from key competitor HSBC.
Standard Chartered Bank continues its hiring spree, releasing news of three senior executives hired from HSBC who assumed their new roles this week.
In a statement, the bank said Teddy Kwong, former market head of Hong Kong with HSBC Global Private Banking, will serve as managing director for private banking.
Kwong had been at HSBC for 28 years, according to the statement.

His role was effective on January 23 and he reports to Vivian Chan, regional head, of private banking for Greater China and North Asia. 

Peter Lam, former HSBC Private Bank managing director, will be in the role of managing director and deputy market head for private banking at Standard Chartered.
His appointment was effective on January 26 and he reports to Teddy Kwong.
James Ling, ex-senior director at HSBC Private Bank, was brought in to serve as executive director and team leader for private banking. His role was effective as of January 26 and he also reports to Teddy Kwong.

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