Bank of Bermuda has appointed Lilian Wong as managing director and country head of global fund services in Hong Kong.
Wong was promoted from her position as deputy managing director when former head of global services Paul Smith was assigned to head up Bank of Bermuda’s global services worldwide. Smith will report to president and CEO Henry Smith.
In her new role, Wong will underpin and complement the work of the global executive board. Her main task is to perpetuate the global executives’ visions and implement the group’s strategies and plans in Hong Kong. Wong will report to the global executive board.
Prior to joining Bank of Bermuda in 1986, she worked with KPMG and the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department.
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