Citi announced in a statement that Catherine Cheung has taken up the new Hong Kong-based position at Citi Private Bank (CPB).
Ms Cheung has already started in the new role and will work with the private bank’s product partners and is responsible for promoting the bank’s investment strategy across Asia to internal stakeholders and ultra-high net worth clients, according to the statement.
Ms Cheung reports to CPB Asia Pacific chief investment strategist Ken Peng, who said the appointment of Ms Cheung would strengthen the bank’s “strategic investment advisory proposition”.
“I look forward to Catherine bolster[ing] our capabilities and deliver[ing] timely and tailored investment views to our UHNW clients,” Mr Peng said.
Before the move to CPB, Ms Cheung was in the Hong Kong-based role of head of portfolio advisory at Citi Global Consumer Bank, where she led a team that advised Citigold private clients on asset allocations.
Prior to that, she held the position of head of investment strategy at Citi Global Consumer Bank for 11 years from 2006.
Ms Cheung started her career in journalism and for more than seven years was a finance reporter and anchor for Hong Kong’s i-Cable Communications.
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