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Lyxor Asset Management strengthens its international development with the appointment of Gilbert Tse as Head of Lyxor for Asia

Monday, June 10, 2013
Opalesque industry Update: Lyxor Asset Management announces the appointment of Gilbert Tse as Head of Lyxor for Asia. Based in Hong Kong, Gilbert has a reporting line to Pierre Gil, Lyxor’s Head of International Development.

In this newly created role, Gilbert Tse will be responsible for coordinating Lyxor businesses in the whole of Asia, especially Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and Korea, and for strengthening global co-operation with Fortune SG Fund Management Co., Ltd., Lyxor's Chinese joint venture.

Gilbert Tse will further strengthen Lyxor’s team in Asia as a global asset manager with the capabilities to provide innovative investment solutions tailored-made in all asset classes. Gilbert will drive the firm’s growth of this important geography. He will also be instrumental in ensuring coordination across Lyxor’s teams globally.

An appointment to replace Gilbert as Executive Vice General Manager of Fortune SG Fund Management Co. Ltd. will be announced shortly.

Tse was recently profiled in the October Issue of Asia Pacific Intelligence, for his work on a CTA product backed by Lyxor and Winton Capital.

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