Citi has appointed Vicky Kong as Director of Consumer Business of Citibank Hong Kong and Managing Director of Citibank (Hong Kong), effective immediately. In this role, Kong will oversee all of Citi’s consumer banking business in Hong Kong, including wealth management strategy. She will report to Angel Ng, head of Asia for Citi Global Wealth and Aveline San, managing director of Citi Hong Kong and Macao.
Kong began her career at Citi as a management associate and progressed to roles in retail banking, wealth management and international personal banking. Prior to joining Citi, his most recent roles were as Regional Head of Wealth Management for Standard Chartered Bank for Greater China, North Asia and Hong Kong, and Global Head of Wealth Proposition.
Commenting on the appointment, Angel Ng, Head of Asia at Citi Global Wealth, said, “We are very pleased to have Kong return to Citi, with his extensive management experience in local retail banking and wealth management. , regional and group.
“There is no doubt that the wealth and consumer sector will continue to grow and prosper as markets undergo rapid change and people increasingly focus on managing their wealth. We are energized for the future and I sincerely believe that Vicky will lead the experienced and diverse consumer team to ever greater success as one of the Group’s Wealth Management Centres, and drive our transformation journey forward. digital in progress.
Ng added, “At Citi, we are always committed to attracting, promoting and retaining talent. Kong has been with Citi for 14 years at the start of his career, we welcome him home to take on a role that is invaluable to us as we continue to grow and grow our consumer and wealth management business.
Previously, Citi promoted Aveline San to managing director of its Hong Kong and Macau business, succeeding Angel Ng, Citi’s head of global wealth.
San has 25 years of banking experience and will report to Citi’s North and East Asia cluster head, Tim Monger, according to Reuters. According to San’s LinkedIn, she first joined Citi as chief compliance officer of APAC in 2019 and previously spent 14 years at UBS.
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