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DBS appoints Dennis Lam as CEO of DBS Vickers Hong Kong

He was former the deputy head of research in DBS Hong Kong.

DBS has named Dennis Lam as CEO of DBS Vickers Hong Kong.

Lam was previously deputy head of research of DBS Bank Hong Kong, as well as Hong Kong and China Equity Strategist, DBS said in a press release.

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He has over 20 years of equity research experience. He has spent 14 years of his career with DBS. 
“Dennis’ wealth of experience and strong track record in equity research, stock analysis and strategic planning, will be of significant value-add to our client franchise '' said Anuruk Karoonyavanich, chairman of DBS Vickers Hong Kong.

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