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ABN Amro's private banking arm taps veteran banker for South Asian services

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ABN Amro Private Banking has tapped veteran banker Amrit Uppal to be the managing director of its world South Asian services and international team, the Dutch bank said in a press release on Tuesday.

ABN Amro Private Banking has tapped veteran banker Amrit Uppal to be the managing director of its world South Asian services and international team, the Dutch bank said in a press release on Tuesday.

Mr Uppal, who joined the bank on May 16, was previously with EFG Banking AG Singapore where he was managing director and global head of South Asian clients, it added.

ABN Amro noted he has more than 16 years' experience in private banking and had previously worked for Barclays Wealth Asia and Credit Suisse in the United Kingdom.

It said Mr Uppal is based in Singapore and reports to Lee Chang Tze, the bank's head of private banking for South-east Asia.