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Reyl & Cie hires analyst in Asian markets

Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update – Reyl & Cie, the Wealth and Asset Management Group with more than CHF 4 billion of assets under management, announces the appointment of Daryl Liew as Financial Analyst and Senior Portfolio Manager to strengthen its expertise within the Asian markets. Daryl Liew joins Reyl Singapore from Providend Ltd, Singapore, where he was Chief Investment Strategist & Executive Director, sitting on the firm’s investment committee and managing the Providend Global Portfolios along with other segregated investment accounts. He has a Masters in Business Management, majoring in Finance, from the Asia Institute of Management and holds a CFA qualification.

In his new role, Daryl Liew will be responsible for overseeing client portfolios and will help craft asset allocation strategies to ensure consistent investment decisions for Reyl Singapore’s clients. Responsible for the selection and integration of products, he will also implement investment solutions to suits the needs of Asian clients.

Commenting on Daryl Liew’s appointment Charles Bok, Chief Executive Officer of Reyl Singapore, said: “Daryl Liew brings invaluable experience to our Singapore office as we seek to develop our position in the Asian market. In light of current economic growth in the region and increasing wealth being passed down through generations, there are considerable opportunities for those service providers offering wealth management solutions, dedicated to entrepreneurs.”

Daryl Liew said: “I am thrilled to join Reyl Singapore and look forward to playing an integral role in applying REYL & CIE’s expertise and high level services in the Asian market, which has such great growth potential in the coming years.”

www.reyl-sa.com/fr_sommaire.php

(Press release)
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