Arjan de Boer

Deputy Chief Executive, Head of MIS, Asia Markets, Investments & Structuring, Asia

Indosuez Wealth Management


Drawing upon his extensive leadership experience and industry knowledge, Arjan is responsible for the entire products and services offering in Asia and overlooks the regional investment strategy. Arjan started his financial career with Hollandsche Bank Unie (HBU), serving Private, Corporate and Institutional clients within a dealing room environment, and subsequently became Head of Treasury & Special Products Private Clients in the Netherlands. He has over 14 years of experience with ABN AMRO Private Banking, of which more than 7 years were spent in Asia. In early 2006, he relocated to Singapore to take up the position of Regional Head of Treasury & Special Products for Private Banking in Asia with ABN AMRO. With his strong understanding of the needs of Asian clients, Arjan moved to Hong Kong in April 2010 and was appointed Head of Private Banking for North Asia. Following this, he was appointed Head of North Asia at ANZ Private Bank before being appointed Head of Integration for ANZ Retail & Private Wealth Asia in April 2016. Arjan was appointed Head of Markets & Investment Solutions Asia at Indosuez Wealth Management in February 2017. Arjan graduated with a Master of Science in Business Economics from Nyenrode University, the Netherlands.

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2017 outlook - what to back and what to watch out for Speaking at the 7th annual Hubbis Asian Wealth Management Forum 2017 in Hong Kong in late February, industry experts share their views on the big opportunities and challenges facing markets under a Trump era..