BNP Paribas Investment Partners (BNPP IP) has appointed TF Cheng as sales head for Asia-Pacific.
In his new role, Cheng will be responsible for overseeing the sales team, both the distribution and institutional teams in the Asia-Pacific region, according to International adviser.
Additionally, he will also be responsible for driving the business strategy across its three core segments namely, official institutions, insurance and endowments, and private wealth.
Based in Hong Kong, Cheng will report to Vincent Camerlynck, chief executive Asia Pacific.
Cheng joined BNPP IP in 2001 and became head of institutional business development for Asia in 2010.
The company has also created three additional roles to drive each core business segment, the report added.
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Lesley Lo has been appointed as head of insurance and endowments Asia Pacific, where she will be responsible for mobilizing various solutions-oriented capabilities in the firm to meet the specific liability-driven and asset liability management needs of this client segment.
Based in Hong Kong, Lo remains as head of institutional business for Greater China and other Asia (including Thailand and the Philippines). She joined BNPP IP in 2007 and was previously director institutional business development for Asia.
Christian Bucaro has been appointed as head of private wealth for Asia Pacific. Based in Singapore, he will be responsible for strengthening relationships with global distributors, private banks, family and multi-family offices, and to develop solutions to meet the increasingly customized needs of Asia Pacific private wealth owners.
Furthermore, Puay-Lit Tan has been appointed as head of official institutions for Asia Pacific to oversee the sovereign wealth business. Tan will also serve as deputy CEO for Singapore and head of institutional business for South and South East Asia.