Our next two most influential selectors are Alfred Mak, who has helped develop Bank of East Asia's wealth business, and Richard Mak of Pictet, whose team is his firm's link to Geneva for fund houses.
Our 16th and 17th most influential selectors are Gary Leung of BOCHK, who favours simplicity, and Lina Lim of JP Morgan Private Bank, a former equity manager.
Our 14th and 15th most influential selectors are Bruno Lee of Manulife, who is helping the insurer reposition in Asia, and Rosita Lee, a 20-year veteran of Hang Seng Bank.
Our 12th and 13th most influential selectors are Rodolphe Larqué of Credit Suisse and Daniel Lau of Axa. Larqué encourages more provider engagement, while Lau is eyeing HK-China mutual recognition.
Our 10th and 11th most influential fund selectors in Hong Kong and Singapore are James Fava of UBS and Paul Hodes of Citi, who work for two of the biggest wealth platforms in Asia.
Eight and ninth on our list of the most influential fund selectors in Hong Kong and Singapore are Dany Dupasquier of Standard Chartered and Sam Edwards of HSBC Private Bank.