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Societe Generale Private Banking appoints chief executive in China


Societe Generale Private Banking has appointed Hsiao-Yun Lee as chief executive officer in China. 


Lee is responsible for promoting the private bank’s product and service offerings for high net worth clients in China, one of the fastest-growing wealth creation markets in the world.

Lee has over 20 years of experience in the banking industry and was instrumental in setting up the Societe Generale Private Banking business in China.

She joined Societe Generale Private Banking (Asia Pacific) in Hong Kong in 1997 to develop a wealth management offering for Chinese clients and in 2007, was appointed head of private banking China based in Shanghai.

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