Munro to replace Apenbrink as HSBC Asset Management Asia CEO

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Joanna Munro will take new role as chief executive for Asia-Pacific of HSBC Global Asset Management. She will relocate to Hong Kong from London in the second quarter of 2011 and report to John Flint, HSBC Global Asset Management's global chief executive in London.

Munro succeeds Rudolf Apenbrink, who moved to take on the role as chief executive of HSBC Global Asset Management in Europe in early October 2010. In the interim, Edmund Stokes, chief operating officer at HSBC Global Asset Management

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