Indosuez Wealth Management appoints Leong Lool Lim Lynda as senior director

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Wednesday March 8, 2017 16:01
The Asian Banker--8 Mar--Asian Banker
Indosuez Wealth Management in Singapore is pleased to announce the appointment of Leong Loo Lim Lynda as Senior Director, effective 8 March 2017.
Lynda brings with her more than 20 years of experience as client advisor and private banker. Before joining Indosuez Wealth Management, she was working with Julius Baer and UBS in Singapore and Taipei.
Lynda holds a Bachelor of Science in Banking and Finance from the Arizona State University (U.S.).
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