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Schroders appoints head of fixed income and foreign exchange trading for Asia

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Schroders has appointed Sok Mun Wong as head of fixed income and foreign exchange trading for Asia.

Wong (pictured) will be based in Singapore, Schroders’ central trading hub in Asia.
 
Wong joins Schroders from Tudor Capital, Singapore where she was trader – head of Singapore execution team for the past two years. Prior experience includes The Rohatyn Group (TRG), ABN Amro Private Bank and Black River Asset Management.
 
Robbie Boukhoufane, global head of fixed income and FX trading, says: “Sok Mun brings with her a significant wealth of macro trading experience from a wide range of specialist organisations. This hire is a reflection of Schroders growth and diversity of products traded across the Asian region.
 
“We have been fully committed to creating a global trading function and the appointment of Sok Mun completes our strategy to develop a fully integrated global fixed income and FX trading team, bringing together London, Singapore and New York.”

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