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J.P. Morgan Private Bank names Asia investment head
With over 15 years of experience at the firm, Ulysses Lau takes on regional leadership role
The Asset 1 Dec 2022

J.P. Morgan Private Bank has appointed Ulysses Lau as head of investments and engagement for Asia.

In his new role, Lau will lead the investment solutions and specialists teams in the region, primarily developing market growth strategy and implementing new tactics to enhance the firm’s investment platform.

Lau will also help implement investment plans for clients who have sophisticated financial needs based on their long-term goals and multi-generational objectives.

Based in Hong Kong, he will report to Kam Shing Kwang, chief executive officer in Asia. Lau succeeds Diana Robinson, who will relocate from Hong Kong to London, and assume a similar role leading the investment advisory team for the United Kingdom, Ireland and Channel Islands business.

Lau has over 15 years of investment experience at J.P. Morgan Private Bank across different markets in the region. Most recently, he was head of investments and advice for Hong Kong and the Philippines, where he led his team in providing portfolio management and advisory services for clients.

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