Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), in recognition of the growth of its Asian business and the region’s importance to the firm’s strategy, is relocating Andrew Tucker, a senior partner, to Hong Kong where he will assume responsibility for Asia-Pacific. Tucker will retain his existing responsibility for the firm’s markets business.
As head of Asia-Pacific, Tucker will be in charge of developing and executing the firm’s regional strategy and synchronising key investments with business opportunities for all of BBH’s businesses.
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