Morgan Stanley eyes rich Chinese entrepreneurs in Singapore

Pedro Gonçalves
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Morgan Stanley, the world's second-largest wealth manager, is keen on getting a slice of wealth in Singapore by adding services that focus on Chinese entrepreneurs setting up family offices in the Lion City. The wealth manager is aiming to hire 50 relationship managers in Hong Kong and Singapore over the next three years to bring the total headcount to 150 in a move to capitalise on growing high-net worth wealth.  "The city is a key business hub for China entrepreneurs, as well as a fam...

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