UBS Moves Two To Asia Prime Brokerage

Jun 24 2010 | 7:15am ET

UBS has shifted a pair of prime brokerage executives to Hong Kong as it seeks to boost its presence in Asia.

Ashley Jarvis and Tamera Hodges will move to Hong Kong from London. Jarvis has been named global head of business and capital consultancy, while Hodges will serve as head of prime brokerage sales for the region.

Neither Jarvis nor Hodges are strangers to the region. Jarvis currently holds Hodges’ new job and will move to Hong Kong next year. Hodges, currently part of UBS’ prime brokerage sales team in Europe, was formerly based in Hong Kong, where she helped establish its Asia prime brokerage.


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