HSBC Global Trade and Supply Chain has recruited two senior executives to its Asia-Pacific business development team.
David Tsoi and Ying Hung Wong bring a wealth of international expertise to HSBC’s Asia-Pacific business development team which, combined with HSBC’s global footprint and acknowledged leadership in trade and supply chain, will enable them to provide HSBC’s clients with market leading financial supply chain and cross border balance sheet management solutions.
With 20 years banking experience, Tsoi joins HSBC from JP Morgan and has extensive expertise in providing import and supply chain solutions to US retailers and sourcing companies in Asia. Wong joins HSBC from Citbank, Hong Kong, where he was head of trade services responsible for product development. Throughout his 29-year career, he has held a variety of trade product and operations roles at several other major international banks.
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