Societe Generale Private Banking appoints CEO in China
Societe Generale Private Banking has appointed Ms Hsiao-Yun Lee as Chief Executive Officer of Societe Generale Private Banking in China.
Ms Hsiao-Yun Lee is responsible for promoting the private bank’s product and service offerings for high net worth clients in China, one of the fastest-growing wealth creation markets in the world.
Present in China since 2007, with offices in Shanghai and Beijing, Societe Generale Private Banking has been leveraging Societe Generale Group's long-standing presence in the country and its in-depth knowledge of its financial markets and local economic environment. The Group acquired the local incorporation licence in the 3rd quarter of 2008, and later for its offer of services to resident and non-resident Chinese clients in the local currency. Societe Generale Private Banking is one of the departments of Societe Generale (China) Limited.
Ms Hsiao-Yun Lee has over 20 years of experience in the banking industry and was instrumental in setting up the Societe Generale Private Banking business in China. She joined Societe Generale Private Banking (Asia Pacific) in Hong Kong in 1997 to develop a wealth management offering for Chinese clients and in 2007, was appointed Head of Private Banking China based in Shanghai.
A Taiwanese of Shanghai origin, Ms Hsiao-Yun Lee has an MBA in International Finance from the University of Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A.