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UBS adds to Singapore alts team

Singapore skylineSwiss bank UBS has expanded its wealth management operations in Singapore with a number of executive appointments. The new additions are focused on the firm’s alternative capabilities. Thomas Roland-Guyot, William Shin and Nikki Yeung have all been added to UBS Global Wealth Management’s alternative advisory and sales unit in Singapore. Roland-Guyout was previously at Indosuez Wealth Management where he was head of private markets and alternatives. Shin was most recently employed at the Bank of Singapore where he was in charge of developing and marketing alternatives. Yeung joins from Deutsche Bank in Hong Kong where she spent three years as an investment funds specialist. All three new recruits will report to Southeast Asia head of investment funds and alternatives Marie Chew. © 2022 funds global asia

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