Lemuel Lee

Managing Director

BNP Paribas Wealth Management

Profile:

Lemuel Lee is Deputy Head of Investment Services, Asia Pacific and Head of Investment Services, Hong Kong for BNP Paribas Wealth Management. Based in Hong Kong, he is responsible for overseeing the delivery of the Bank’s investment offering and advisory to clients in Hong Kong across traditional and digital channels, the development of discretionary and advisory services as well as the advancement of new initiatives. Lemuel has over 15 years of investment banking and wealth management experience. Prior to joining BNP Paribas, he was Head of Equities, Asia for J.P. Morgan Private Bank. He also held a long tenure of 8 years with J.P. Morgan Corporate & Investment Bank, assuming various leadership positions in equity derivatives distribution and marketing. Before joining J.P. Morgan, he was with Bear Stearns and Bank of America Merrill Lynch in capital markets roles across Hong Kong, Japan, London and New York. Lemuel holds a Master in Commerce and Master of International Business at University of Sydney, and also a Bachelors of Commerce and Bachelors of Laws at University of New South Wales.

The latest articles from Lemuel Lee

Investments

Taking a new twist on discretionary portfolios The wealth management industry in Asia still needs to find more effective and enticing ways to increase the take-up of discretionary portfolio management (DPM), with a ‘stickier’ engagement with clients a key goal..

The latest events from Lemuel Lee

Ritz Carlton Hotel, Hong Kong

Investment Solutions Forum 2018

We were delighted to host our  wealth management-focused event in Hong Kong. Over 300 senior individuals attended – including leading product & fund gatekeepers from the top international and local Private Banks, Retail Banks, Multi-Family Offices and IFAs, as well as relationship...

The latest event content from Lemuel Lee

Investments

Taking a new twist on discretionary portfolios The wealth management industry in Asia still needs to find more effective and enticing ways to increase the take-up of discretionary portfolio management (DPM), with a ‘stickier’ engagement with clients a key goal..