HONG KONG - ING Investment Management (IIM) in Hong Kong, ING's Asia Pacific flagship, has strengthened its business development team with the appointment of Kelly Chan as regional business development manager.
Established in 1997, IIM's Hong Kong office is responsible for the general management of IIM's North Asian businesses covering Korea, Japan, and the Greater China region including Hong Kong, China and Taiwan.
IIM’s Hong Kong’s clients include government institutions, institutional investors and retail investors.
By Janet Du Chenne
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