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People Moves: Manulife AM makes two senior hires; Crédit Agricole veteran to leave

By NexChange
Wealth Management

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Victor Choi to exit Crédit Agricole. Choi, the French firm’s Asia head of market and investment solutions, will be leaving the private bank at the end of year. Choi is a 10-year veteran of Crédit Agricole’s wealth management arm, and was the firm’s head of FX and precious metals advisory prior to recent station. He will be replaced by Norbert Joué, Lombad Odier’s former Asia deputy head of private banking. APB Mandate (paywall)

Manulife AM makes two senior hires. Wendy Lim, BNY Mellon Investment Management’s former Singapore managing director and CEO, has been named CEO of Manulife Asset Management, Singapore. She will handle the growth of Manulife AM’s wealth and asset management business as well as work together with the firm’s life insurance and distribution partners to expand its mutual fund, pension, and investment-linked insurance products for the Singaporean market. She reports to Michael Dommermuth, the firm’s head of wealth and asset management, Asia.

Meanwhile, Bonnie Lam, a 15-year veteran of HSBC Global Asset Management in Hong Kong, has been appointed head of partnership development, wealth and asset management by Manulife AM in Hong Kong. In the newly created role, Lam will be strengthening ties with the firm’s new and existing third-party distributors for equity, fixed income and asset allocation. She reports to Bruno Lee, Manulife AM’s head of partnership, product, and platform development in Asia. International Adviser

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