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DBS opens 15,000 sqft Treasures Centre at 18 Queen’s Road Central

It will have a team of WM professionals to provide HNWIs with wealth solutions.

DBS has opened a new Treasures Centre at 18 Queen’s Road Central in Hong Kong.

The 15,000 sqft facility features a modern and luxurious design and is expected to provide a comprehensive suite of wealth management and solutions to high-net-worth individuals and families in Hong Kong and mainland China.

A team of wealth management professionals, assisted by intelligent advisory tools such as artificial intelligence, will be on hand to empower clients to navigate the complexities of the market, seize opportunities, and achieve their financial aspirations. 

The new centre underscores DBS’ commitment to delivering exceptional wealth management experiences to its HNW clients, says Ajay Mathur, head of consumer banking group and wealth management of DBS Hong Kong.

“The bold new banking experience offered at our new Wealth Management Centre along with our powerful digital and AI capabilities gives us the confidence to succeed. We are determined in the pursuit of our strategy of gaining share in the region’s growing affluence and reiterates our commitment to Hong Kong and the mainland China,” Mathur said.

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