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SANNE appoints new head of biz dev for Asia

Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Opalesque Industry Update - SANNE, a leading global provider of alternative asset and corporate business services, appoints Catherine Law as Head of Business Development for the Asia Region. Based in SANNE's Hong Kong office, Catherine will continue to drive SANNE's alternatives and corporate offering, in addition to exploring new strategic business development opportunities across the Asia Region. Her appointment highlights SANNE's ongoing investment in retaining and attracting the best talent in the industry to deliver first class service to SANNE's growing client base.

Catherine joins SANNE following an extensive and highly successful career in senior business development roles within the fund services industry, spanning more than 20 years. She joins SANNE from Apex where she held the position of Head of Sales managing their strategic growth and expansion across the alternative funds space in Greater China.

On the appointment, Jing Jing Qian, Managing Director at SANNE Asia - Pacific, commented: "Catherine has an exceptional understanding of both the practical and cultural nuances in the market and will bring invaluable insight into SANNE's growing presence in Asia. Our core focus is on developing our Asia specific service platform with multi-jurisdictional capabilities to further enhance SANNE's brand and bespoke specialist solutions across the Asia-Pacific network, and Catherine is exceptionally placed to capitalise on this opportunity."

Catherine Law said: "I am honoured to join an award-winning FTSE 250 listed business. I look forward to using my influence and industry network to further expand SANNE's premium alternative asset capabilities across Asia-Pacific."

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