Bank of Singapore has hired a new multi-asset senior portfolio manager, Citywire Asia can reveal.
Joshua Lee joins from Deutsche Bank where he was an equity research analyst for five years, examining 16 companies across multiple sectors, such as conglomerates, banks, transport and logistics, healthcare and media.
Earlier in his career, he was an Asian fixed income investment analyst at Blue Rice Investment Management, a Singapore-based credit hedge fund manager. Lee confirmed that he will commence work at the Bank of Singapore next week.
This latest hire comes after the Singapore lender appointed Schroders' former Asian fixed income head, Rajeev de Mello, as its new chief investment officer. Mello took over from Johan Jooste, who is starting in his new role as head of rates.
Bank of Singapore also made a series of new senior appointments to its Greater China team in Hong Kong last month. The firm hired Phonda Chan and Anne Song as market heads for Hong Kong and offshore Taiwan, respectively.