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Credit Suisse Appoints David Lim as Vice Chairman Southeast Asia, Private Banking

Credit Suisse today announced that Asian private banking industry veteran David Lim will rejoin the bank as Vice Chairman Private Banking Southeast Asia, effective May 7, 2018. Mr. Lim will be based in Singapore, reporting to Benjamin Cavalli, Head Private Banking Southeast Asia and CEO Singapore.

In this role, Mr. Lim will focus on developing and deepening the bank's relationship with key Southeast Asia clients and stakeholders, bringing to clients the full spectrum of Credit Suisse's products and services, and drive business growth. He will also bring to the bank his vast experience in products and solutions offerings. Further, Mr. Lim will be engaged in strengthening Credit Suisse's human capital, developing and mentoring new talent.

Mr. Lim was most recently Vice Chairman Southeast Asia at Julius Baer in Singapore, where he had worked for 12 years. Prior to that, Mr. Lim worked at Credit Suisse as Head of Solution Partners, leading the business that served ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) clients across their private investments and capital solutions. Mr. Lim brings with him close to 30 years of global banking experience across both private clients as well as institutional businesses.

Mr. Cavalli said: "We are delighted to welcome David back to Credit Suisse. He has a wealth of experience covering UHNW clients in Southeast Asia, which is a key client segment in Credit Suisse's strategy of being the Trusted Entrepreneurs' Bank of Asia. This senior appointment demonstrates our continued strong commitment to expand our Private Banking franchise in Asia. With the depth of David's experience and his caliber, we will be able to further cement our leading position by leveraging our integrated Wealth Management and Connected platform spanning Private Banking, Advisory, Underwriting and Financing. We aim to provide comprehensive integrated wealth management, advisory, and solutions to wealthy business owners, and partner with them across their personal wealth and corporate assets."