Indosuez Wealth Management announces three new senior appointments
Indosuez Wealth Management in Asia (“Indosuez”), the global wealth management brand of Crédit Agricole Group, has announced three new senior appointments in its Hong Kong branch.
The appointees bring with them deep experience in international financial services and understanding of the Greater China markets where Indosuez has a rising presence. They attest to Indosuez’s consistent growth, at a time when Asia is recovering from 2020.
Willie Chue has been appointed Managing Director and Greater China Market Head for Indosuez. Reporting to Olivier Livenais, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Branch, he is responsible for enhancing the Bank’s core functional and economic efficiency and driving its growth strategy in the Greater China Markets. Having spent more than two decades in the banking and financial industry in the US, Taiwan and Hong Kong, Willie garnered extensive expertise and understanding of the Greater China markets from his time at top global banks Deutsche Bank and J.P. Morgan. He has in-depth knowledge of various asset classes acquired from his years as a mutual fund portfolio manager and advisor to high net worth private bank clients.
Steven Wong has been made Managing Director and Senior Relationship Manager at Indosuez’s Hong Kong SAR Branch. Reporting to Willie Chue, Steven is a veteran banker with more than 20 years of experience, during which he worked in senior roles at global financial institutions, including Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, UBS and Societe Generale. A substantial part of his expertise is in Wealth Management, as well as Investment Banking and Corporate Banking.
Ada Zhou serves as Director, Relationship Manager at Indosuez’s Hong Kong SAR Branch. Reporting to Willie Chue, Ada possesses expertise as a relationship manager in private banking for the Greater China markets. She has spent a decade in the banking and financial industry at top global banks, including Deutsche Bank, Bank of China (Hong Kong), UBS and J.P. Morgan.
Omar Shokur, Asia Chief Executive Officer of Indosuez, said: “As the global economy recovers from the pandemic,
Indosuez’s decision to appoint these three senior bankers underscores our commitment to continuously grow our
team in Asia and enhance our services to clients. With our new team members, I am confident that we will be able
to strengthen our expertise as leaders in the wealth management industry as Indosuez continues to bolster its
Olivier Livenais, Chief Executive Officer of Indosuez’s Hong Kong Branch, said: “Greater China is an important
market for Indosuez — China’s economy picked up steam in the fourth quarter of 2020 and is poised to expand
further this year. We want to deepen our talent pool to serve this market and are delighted to welcome Willie, Steven
and Ada into Indosuez. Their experience and expertise will be instrumental in augmenting our offerings so that we
can continue to serve our clients with exceptional quality.”