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UBS Global Wealth Management makes two hires

UBS Global Wealth Management brings back one and adds another in Hong Kong
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UBS Global Wealth Management has made two new appointments.

Desiree Lam has re-joined UBS as market team head and Dabby Leung has also joined as market team head for global family and institutional wealth, both based in Hong Kong.

Lam started in mid-August and Leung started on September 1. Lam is a replacement for Bryce Wan, who left in August, while Leung is a new hire.

They will both report to LH Koh, the Hong Kong-based co-head of global family and institutional wealth for Asia Pacific.

Lam first joined UBS from Goldman Sachs in 2013, heading up the wealth management structured credit team for North Asia until 2017 and subsequently moved to HSBC Private Bank as regional head of credit advisory. Before she re-joined, she was managing partner at an external asset management company.

Leung started her career working in corporate banking at Citibank and subsequently moved to Credit Suisse as a senior client partner covering the ultra-high-net-worth Hong Kong market for 15 years.

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