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HSBC GPB appoints Henry Lam as APAC head of wealth planning and advisory

Lam joins from Credit Suisse.

HSBC Global Private Banking has named Henry Lam as its regional head of wealth planning and advisory, APAC, beginning 28 March.

Lam will be responsible for leading teams of wealth planners, family governance, family office advisory and philanthropic advisory specialists in the APAC region, HSBC said in a press release announcing the appointment.

Prior to his new role, Lam was managing director, head of wealth solutions APAC at Credit Suisse.

Lam reports to Siew Meng Tan, regional head of HSBC Global Private Banking in APAC.

He has over 30 years of industry experience, according to HSBC. 

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