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StanChart veteran joins Raffles Family Office

Hong_KongA Standard Chartered veteran of more than 30 years is joining a multi-family office based in Hong Kong. Danny Wong has been hired as managing director at Raffles Management, part of Raffles Family Office. The firm was launched in Hong Kong in 2016 and opened an office in Singapore in December 2019, bringing its headcount to more than 60. Wong’s hiring follows the earlier appointment of Simon Lints, the former chief executive of Schroders Wealth Management in Singapore, as a strategic advisor back in April. Other executives have been recruited in recent months from DBS, RBC Wealth Management and Deyu Family Office. According to the Raffles careers website, the firm is looking to make further additions to its staff to support its expansion plans in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taipei and Shanghai. Hong Kong-based Danny Wong, a 31-year Standard Chartered veteran, joined Raffles Management earlier this month as a managing director. © 2020 funds europe

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