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Emerging Markets

Julius Baer hire Asia veteran as operations chief

The Swiss wealth manager appoints Ian Pollock as chief operating officer for North Asia. He had been regional operations chief at HSBC Private Bank for almost a decade and has more than 25 years’ working experience in the region.

  • 02 Nov 2009

Asia veteran Ian Pollock started at Swiss wealth manager Julius Baer today (November 5) as chief operating officer for North Asia, asiamoney.com can confirm.

Pollock had previously acted as consultant to investment management firm Grace Financial for less than a year. Prior to that role he had been a ...

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