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Top Headlines in the Last 7 Days (21st Aug – 27th Aug 2017)

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Top Headlines in the Last 7 Days 

(21st Aug – 27th Aug 2017)

No. 1 HSBC Private Bank Hires Sai Tampi as Head of Funds & ETFs

HSBC Private Bank has hired Sai Tampi as Head of Funds and ETFs from Standard Life Investments.  Based in London, he will report to Henry Lee, Head of Managed Investment Solutions.
He joined from Standard Life Investments where he was the Head of Business Development. Learn More …

No. 2 Capital Group Hires Shen Tan as Managing Director for Institutional Business in Asia

Capital Group, a $1.5 Trillion global asset manager, has hired Shen Tan as Managing Director for the institutional business in Asia ex-Japan.
He is a veteran in the industry with more than 17 years of experience.  Prior to joining Capital Group,  Learn More …

No. 3 Aberdeen Standard Investments Hires Amy Wang as Head of China

Newly merged Aberdeen Standard Investments has hired Amy Wang as Head of China.  She will be reporting to Ian Macdonald, Deputy Head of APAC, and Alexis Ng, Head of Distribution APAC.
She was with global leading asset managers, Pioneer Investments and Franklin Templeton.  Learn more …

No. 4 State Street Appoints Mark Hui Head of Global Equity Beta Solutions Asia ex-Japan

State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) has appointed Mark Hui as Head of Global Equity Beta Solutions for Asia ex-Japan.  He is based in Hong Kong and will report to Susan Darroch.
He joined SSGA as Senior Portfolio Manager in 2015.  Learn More …

No. 5 Commonwealth Bank of Australia Has Not Been Served Any Legal Proceedings

Commonwealth Bank (CBA) are aware that Maurice Blackburn and IMF Bentham are investigating a potential shareholder class action, but has not been served any legal proceedings.
Australia’s leading class action law firm Maurice Blackburn Lawyers has united with Australia’s largest litigation funder IMF Bentham to pursue the largest Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) listed company, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA)  Learn More …



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