Credit Suisse has rehired David Lim from Julius Baer to serve as its new vice chairman of private banking in Southeast Asia.

Based in Singapore, Lim will be responsible for developing the bank’s relationship with key Southeast Asia clients and stakeholders, as well as strengthening the bank’s human capital.

He will report to the bank’s head of private banking for Southeast Asia and CEO of Singapore Benjamin Cavalli.

Lim has an experience of three decades in the financial services sector. He most recently held the role of vice chairman of Southeast Asia at Julius Baer in Singapore, where he spent 12 years.

During his earlier stint at Credit Suisse, he served as head of solution partners.

“We are delighted to welcome David back to Credit Suisse. He has a wealth of experience covering UNHW clients in Southeast Asia, which is a key client segment in Credit Suisse’s strategy of being the Trusted Entrepreneurs’ Bank of Asia. This senior appointment demonstrates our continued strong commitment to expanding our Private Banking franchise in Asia. With the depth of David’s experience and his calibre, we will be able to further cement our leading position by leveraging our integrated Wealth Management and Connected platform spanning Private Banking, Advisory, Underwriting, and Financing,” Cavalli noted.

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