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People Moves: Aberdeen hires senior manager in Korea; Monument hires three in HK

By NexChange
Asset Management

Aberdeen adds senior manager in Seoul. Dong-Ki Kim, Russell Investments Korea’s former business development associate director, has joined Aberdeen Asset Management as senior manager for its Seoul office. This will be a new position for the firm as it looks to expand its operations within Korea. Prior to his tenure at Russell Investments, Kim spent several years at Hanwha Life Insurance, where he managed investments from mezzanine debt to properties to hedge funds. He will be reporting to Alex Kim, the asset manager's chief representative in the region. Asia Asset Management 

Monument Group makes three HK hires. Albert Jun, a former VP and Fund Placement Division senior at NH Investment & Securities Korea, will be joining the Monument Group in Hong Kong as director. He will be in charge of marketing, with a focus on Korean as well as other Asian investors. Also joining the firm are Sabrina Meng, a four-year veteran of Emerald Hill Capital Partners, who’ll be a senior associate within Monument’s analytics team, and Kris Ho, who’ll be handling the firm’s various client service and office management needs as its operations manager. She joins the fund placement agent from MVision, where she held a similar role the past five years. FINalternatives

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