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HSBC appoints regional head of wealth development in Asia-Pacific


HSBC has appointed Vineet Vohra as Regional Head of Wealth Development, Asia Pacific, effective immediately.

Based in Hong Kong, Vohra will drive the delivery of the Bank’s wealth management strategy by leading the build out of its wealth management capabilities in Asia.

Louisa Cheang, HSBC’s Group General Manager and Regional Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Asia Pacific, said, “The fast growing and large pools of wealth being created in Asia will stimulate increased demand for wealth management solutions. With our strong global retail banking and wealth management capabilities, HSBC is strongly positioned to connect our customers to opportunities that will help them manage and grow wealth for the long term.

"With Vineet’s understanding of Asia’s emerging affluent market, I am confident that we will be able to advance our wealth agenda and deliver a comprehensive range of world class wealth management solutions to meet the evolving needs of our customers.”

Vohra brings over 20 years of seasoned and well rounded experience in consumer banking, investment management, wealth products and distribution. Prior to joining HSBC, he was the General Manager, Wealth Management, Private Bank, Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Asia Pacific, for ANZ Singapore, where he built the private and affluent platform across the region. Vohra has also served in a number of leadership roles at Citibank and ING in Singapore and India.

Vohra is a Chartered Financial Analyst and currently a member of the CFA Singapore Board. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the National Institute of Technology, India and an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management.

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