IS Prime Expands Team in Hong Kong

Today, Ben Li joins IS Prime from CFH Systems, where he held a similar client management role. He has over five years’ experience in the financial services industry, having previously also been an Account Manager at Leverate (HK) and a member of the Customer Relationship team at 8 Securities Limited.

IS Prime Hong Kong has appointed Ben Li as Client Services Manager in Hong Kong to manage the day-to-day relationships with clients in the region. He will report directly into Will Robbins, Head of Asia.

Ben joins IS Prime from CFH Systems, where he held a similar client management role. He has over five years’ experience in the financial services industry, having previously also been an Account Manager at Leverate (HK) and a member of the Customer Relationship team at 8 Securities Limited.

According to Will Robbins, “We are continuing to invest in an experienced, high calibre team in order to build a strong presence in the region and offer the highest levels of service to our clients. Ben will be an asset to the team because he has an in-depth understanding of the industry and how best to maximise opportunities for our clients.”

Ben Li adds, “IS Prime has ambitious plans in the region so it is a great time to be joining the organisation. I am looking forward to my new role and to building strong relationships with IS Prime’s Asian client base.”

Ben has a degree in Investment Science from Hong Kong Polytechnic University and is fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese and English.

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