Shuyi Yang Joins IS Prime Hong Kong as Vice President Sales, North Asia

Fluent in Mandarin and English, with a very high standard of education from Adelaide University in South Australia, Shuyi Yang takes the prestigious position as VP Sales, North Asia for ISPrime Hong Kong, reporting to Will Robbins

Shuyi Yang has been appointed Vice President Sales, North Asia for IS Prime Hong Kong, part of the ISAM Capital Markets group. She will report directly to Will Robbins, Head of Asia.

Shuyi brings strong sales and client account management experience to the team, having previously been employed at LMAX in Hong Kong and AxiCorp and AUSMAQ in Sydney.

According to Will Robbins, “Shuyi has an excellent sales background and a strong understanding of the institutional and retail markets across the region. She is bi-lingual, having been university educated in Australia, and will be a strong addition to our team. Shuyi will play a key role in helping us to achieve our ambitious growth plans as we continue to gain traction in the region.”

Shuyi Yang added, “I am very excited to be joining such a prestigious firm, building on my experience in the industry and focusing on client acquisition. IS Prime is a market-leading broker with a strong reputation globally. This is a great opportunity for me.”

Shuyi Yang is a qualified Chartered Accountant, with a degree from Adelaide University. She is fluent in Mandarin and English.

IS Prime Hong Kong is part of ISAM Capital Markets, which also includes IS Prime and IS Risk Analytics. For further information, please visit www.isprimefx.com

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