Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking has announced the appointment of Yang Duan as new Head of the bank's Global Markets division for China. He replaced Gilbert Tse, who has been appointed Head of Lyxor Asset Management for China.
Yang joins from Standard Chartered, where he was Head of Sales, Fixed Income, for China. Prior to this, he worked with Bear Stearns, Calyon and Credit Lyonnais. Yang holds a Masters in Mathematics from Wuhan University and a Diploma from Essec, France.
He will be responsible for developing Société Générale Corporate & Investment
Banking’s Global Markets franchise in the region. In particular, Yang‘s wealth of experience and business connections will help drive the development of the Global Markets flow trading platform as well as strengthening the bank's reach to Chinese corporate clients through leveraging SG China Inc.'s expanding banking network in China.
To be based in Hong Kong, Yang will report to Andrew Wardle, Head of Global Markets for Asia Pacific, and Frank Drouet, Deputy Head of Global Markets for Asia Pacific.
Present in China for 28 years, Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking stands by its clients across multiple sectors, tailoring solutions by capitalising on its worldwide expertise in investment banking, global finance and global markets.
SG China Inc. is one of the few foreign banks that is permitted to conduct commodity derivatives business in the mainland.
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