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Head Of Investment Office At Swiss Bank In North Asia Leaves

Tom Burroughes Group Editor 6 August 2013


This publication can confirm that Patrick Donze, who has
been head of the investment office, North Asia, at Julius Baer in Hong Kong,
has resigned so that he can move to Singapore.

His future plans are unclear. One source had told this
publication that Donze had moved to Bank of Singapore, but a spokesperson for
that bank said he had not done so.

Donze has held his most recent role since January 2012;
prior to this, he was a senior investment advisor at the bank. Before that
role, Donze was a senior investment advisor at UBS from 2005 to 2010.

In early June, Julius Baer, which has stated that Asia is its “second home market”, appointed Jacqueline
Dong as team head and senior relationship manager for the Chinese market.


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