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UBS Global Wealth Management announces team refresh

In Asia, Jin Yee Young is joining the firm after just six months at Deutsche Bank.
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UBS’ global wealth management team has undergone a refresh, just as the bank has completed its acquisition of Credit Suisse.

The appointments – which include new hires as well as an expansion of responsibilities to some team members – are effective immediately, UBS detailed in a memo.

In Asia, Jin Yee Young is set to join the Swiss bank on 29 June as co-head of global wealth management for Asia Pacific, with primary responsibility for Singapore and southeast Asia, including onshore entities.

Young only joined Deutsche Bank in January this year as head of international private banking for Asia Pacific. She previously spent nearly two decades at Credit Suisse, including serving as deputy head of wealth management for Apac, head of wealth management for Singapore and deputy CEO for Singapore.

Meanwhile, Amy Lo will remain co-head of global wealth management for Apac with primary responsibility for Hong Kong, north Asia and greater China, including onshore entities.

In addition, she will serve as chairman of global wealth management for Asia, focusing on key client coverage, strategic growth opportunities and regulatory management in the region.

August Hatecke, the former co-head alongside Lo, will lead the bank’s global wealth management business, including global financial intermediaries, in Switzerland.

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