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DSTi Appoints Zhu in Shanghai as Head of Market Strategy for China

DST International (DSTi) has appointed Zhu Li Tao as its new head of market strategy for China. He will be based in Shanghai and will be responsible for the greater China market, which includes China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

According to the vendor, his role will be to work closely with key market participants, regulators and DSTi’s global services and development teams in order to identify new opportunities in the Chinese market.

Zhu has previously worked with Bank of Communications (BOCOM) as its manager of equity funds in Hong Kong, and later as a director in the asset custody department overseeing risk control, performance analysis and system management.

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