Equiom Hong Kong announces senior appointments

Date 30/05/2018
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Pauline Lee and Ying Pakdeethai

Equiom has appointed Pauline Lee as Director and Ying Pakdeethai as Associate Director in Hong Kong as the group continues to broaden its offering in Asia.

Formerly the Head of Sales for TMF in Hong Kong, Pauline has 20 years’ experience in wealth planning and cross-border structuring for high-net-worth individuals in China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. She now leads the Business Development team in Hong Kong spearheading Equiom’s private client solutions in China.

Originally hailing from Thailand, Ying joins on the back of four years’ experience in corporate services in Hong Kong, where she has developed a strong reputation for handling complex transactions for her clients. Ying’s connections with key stakeholders in Thailand opens a gateway for Equiom to tap into the South-East Asia market and provide these clients with comprehensive services across multiple jurisdictions.

Equiom Singapore has also recently expanded the business development operations with several notable new hires. These combined appointments across Asia Pacific reinforce Equiom’s value proposition to clients enabling the team to better support their needs in this dynamic region as the group continues to grow exponentially.

Equiom is a global firm serving private and corporate clients across 16 jurisdictions in Europe, Asia, Middle East and the Americas.  Hong Kong is its first and largest office in Asia, with more than 70 local and international staff. The group of specialists provide private trusts and foundations, company set-up and secretarial services, bookkeeping and accounting, payroll, tax compliance, tax advisory and aviation services.

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