Old Mutual hires sales exec in Singapore

SingaporeOld Mutual Wealth has hired Bryan Pee as a sales specialist to focus on high-net-worth individuals. Based in Singapore, Pee will help the company, which is part of the Old Mutual group, extend its growth plans in the region. “We are well-positioned to help meet the needs of high-net-worth individuals, and Bryan’s expertise will help us reach a wider audience as well as develop our presence in the local Singaporean market,” said Ian Kloss, chief executive for Singapore, Old Mutual International. Pee joins from Bank of China, where he worked on product and distribution. He has also worked for Zurich International Life. Old Mutual Wealth had £131 billion ($176 billion) under management at the end of September. ©2017 funds global asia

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