HSBC Private Banking has appointed market heads for Singapore and Malaysia while international law firm Simmons & Simmons has named Dax Lim as a partner in its Singapore asset management and investment funds practice.
HSBC appoints leaders for Singapore, Malaysia
HSBC Private Banking has appointed Ken Ng and Gary Goh as market heads for Singapore and Malaysia, respectively, according to finews.asia.
Both Ng and Goh are based in Singapore. They will report to Philip Kunz, head of Southeast Asia at HSBC Private Banking.
Ng and Goh replaced former dual-head Chow Shang-Wei who resigned earlier this year after a four-year stint at the bank
Ng is an HSBC veteran, joining the British lender in 1995 with experience across wealth management, corporate banking and risk. He joined the private banking arm in 2014 and was previously a desk head.
Goh has 23 years of experience in the financial industry and joined HSBC Private Banking in 2019 from Standard Chartered Private Bank where he headed the Singapore market.
HSBC Private Banking provides clients with wealth, business and family succession solutions in the largest and fastest-growing markets around the world.
Simmons & Simmons names Partner in Singapore
International law firm Simmons & Simmons has named Dax Lim as a partner in its Singapore asset management and investment funds practice.
Lim, who is Simmons’s Asia-Pacific venture capital and financial regulatory specialist, has significant experience in advising investment funds on structuring, formation and global investment transactions.
He also works extensively with venture-backed technology companies throughout their lifecycles advising them on debt and equity financing, strategic partnerships and regulatory and commercial matters.