Private Banks

Indosuez Wealth Management appoints new Fixed Income Specialist to its award-winning team

Indosuez has appointed Josephine Tom as Fixed Income Specialist for the bank’s Hong Kong branch, with immediate effect.

Josephine has over 20 years of experience specialising in fixed income. Prior to joining Indosuez, she spent 16 years with DBS Bank in Hong Kong, where she was Fixed Income Sales Head for over 2 years and led a team that deepened the bank’s franchise in G7 and local currencies in the Asian credit capital markets. She began her career with Societe Generale in Hong Kong in 2001 as vice-president of Origination/Syndicate & Structured Derivatives, covering Greater China and South Korea.


Olivier Livenais, CEO of Indosuez’s Hong Kong Branch, said: “Our Fixed Income Offering is one of our strengths and has been garnering accolades. Being a boutique bank in Asia, backed by one of the world’s largest financial groups, makes us unique. Clients can be assured of bespoke investment advice, and the assurance and stability that comes with banking with the wealth management brand of the Credit Agricole group.”


“We want to deepen our focus and continue giving the best advice to our clients. Josephine as a seasoned expert will strengthen our fixed income advisory business, especially for North Asia where wealth creation takes place at quick pace,” he added.
Josephine reports to Timothy Tsang, Head of Investment Solutions and Deputy Head of Markets, Investments and Structuring at Indosuez’s Hong Kong branch.


Arjan de Boer, Head of Markets, Investments and Structuring, Asia, said: “Josephine has amassed experience in both origination and syndication as well as institutional sales in fixed income. She will have her pulse all the time on the fixed income market, giving our clients updated assessments on how specific developments will affect market outlook. As an integral member of the Fixed Income team, she will be involved in growing our advisory business and contributing to the global Fixed Income team.”