HSBC makes senior appointments in Asia

HSBC makes senior appointments in Asia

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HSBC Global Asset Management has appointed Joanna Munro as chief executive for Asia-Pacific. She will relocate to Hong Kong from London in the second quarter of 2011, and will report to the firm’s London-based global chief executive, John Flint. In the interim, Edmund Stokes, chief operating officer, Asia-Pacific, will act in Munro’s stead.

Munro succeeds Rudolf Apenbrink, who became chief executive of HSBC Global Asset Management Europe in October.

Munro has more than 24 years of fund

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