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November 24, 2011updated 04 Apr 2017 3:46pm

HSBC, Barclays name new senior Asia leaders

Rennell, who was global head of private wealth solutions prior to his appointment as North Asia head, joined HSBC in July 2000 as head of HSBC Bermuda's private wealth services.

By John Fossett

HSBC Private Bank has named Bernard Rennell as chief executive of its North Asia business.

Rennell will be responsible for all private banking activity across North Asia, including Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Japan and the Philippines.

Rennell, who was global head of private wealth solutions prior to his appointment as North Asia head, joined HSBC in July 2000 as head of HSBC Bermuda’s private wealth services.

HSBC Private Bank said he has extensive experience in trust, tax and wealth structuring, corporate and family governance, corporate finance and financial markets.

 

Barclays creates head of Greater China role

Barclays Wealth has created a new role, head of Greater China, and named Januar Tjandra as its inaugural head.

Tjandra will be in charge of the Greater China coverage teams in Hong Kong focused on serving high net worth (HNW) and ultra HNW clients with wealth products and access to Barclays Capital’s expertise.

Tjandra joins Barclays Wealth from Goldman Sachs, where he spent 15 years in various roles, including co-head of its Hong Kong office and head of its Taiwan desk.  

Most recently, he was focused on relationships with Taiwanese clients.

 

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