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Citi Hong Kong names Vicky Wong as consumer business manager

She was Standard Chartered’s regional head of wealth management for Greater China, North Asia, and Hong Kong.

Citi has named Vicky Kong as consumer business manager and chief executive of Citibank Hong Kong.

Kong is in charge of overseeing Citi’s overall consumer banking business in the city, including wealth strategy. 

Prior to her current role and rejoining Citi, she was Standard Chartered Bank’s regional health of wealth management for Greater China, North Asia and Hong Kong. She also served as SC’s global head of wealth preposition.

She reports to Angel Ng, head of Asia, Citi Global Wealth and Aveline San, CEO of Citi Hong Kong and Macau. 

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