Former CFH Systems executive Sue Cheung Appointed as Vice President Sales at IS Prime Hong Kong

Prior to joining ISPrime’s newly established Hong Kong operations as the Prime of Prime continues to expand, Sue Cheung held senior positions at CFH Systems and Leverate

Sue Cheung has been announced as the second senior hire at IS Prime Hong Kong, which opened its office last month.  Sue, who has been appointed as Vice President Sales, North Asia joins with a wealth of experience, most recently from CFH Systems, where she was Vice President, Asia. Prior to that, she was FX Institutional Sales Manager at Leverate in Hong Kong.

Sue will be responsible for business development and building a client base. She will report to Will Robbins, who joined the organisation from Ullink and has been appointed by IS Prime Hong Kong as Head of Asia.

Raj Sitlani, Managing Partner, IS Prime, “We are delighted that Sue has joined IS Prime Hong Kong. She has a wealth of experience in business development in North Asia, a proven track record in driving million dollar growth and a wide network of contacts in the financial sector and forex market. Sue has an in-depth understanding of client requirements in the region and I believe that, with Will at the helm and Sue focusing on sales, we have the ideal skillset to build a presence and drive growth in the region.”

Sue Cheung adds, “This is a great opportunity for me to play a key role in helping to grow the business from the outset. This role was of particular interest to me because of IS Prime’s reputation in the industry. With its strong background and unique service offering in the market place, I believe we have a compelling offering for the region.”

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