Deutsche Bank hires former HSBC head

Tse Yi-Mun will lead the bank’s north Asia branch as its managing director and group head.

Deutsche Bank Wealth Management has hired Tse Yi-Mun as managing director and group head for north Asia. Based in Singapore, Tse will report to Kanas Chan, head of wealth management in north Asia.

Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Tse worked at HSBC where she was the market head for Hong Kong. She began her career at DBS and ABN AMRO where she was a Relationship Manager and Desk Head covering the Greater China region. With 23 years of private banking experience, extensive network and solid knowledge of the market, Tse will be responsible for new business development in the region.

“With more than 20 years of private banking experience in the North Asia market, I have confidence that Yi-Mun can draw on her excellent network in the region to build an even stronger performing platform,” said Chan.

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