Jameson Capital has appointed wealth management expert Grace Tsui as its newest Director and business partner.
Grace has worked in the financial services industry for more than 20 years, with a focus on private wealth and executive experience. She was formerly the founding CEO of Noah Holdings Australia, a subsidiary of China’s first independent wealth management company to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange, and most recently, the managing director of ASX-listed company Lincoln Minerals (ASX:LML).
Prior to this, Grace held senior roles including managing high-net-worth individuals at HSBC, Citibank, ANZ and Westpac, where she rose to become Head of Multicultural Customers Acquisition and the Director of Premium Asian Business with more than $10 billion in funds under management in her team’s portfolio.
Grace’s role at Jameson Capital will focus on further expanding the global client portfolio and private equity networks. She will work alongside the firm’s co-founders Nick Browne and Jonathan Webster.
Grace Tsui, Director at Jameson Capital, said: “The Jameson Capital founding team come from strong corporate backgrounds and have done well to build a wide network of connections, both here and internationally.
“They have established a solid reputation in the market that demonstrates their innovative approach to business, which has contributed to their strong growth trajectory.
“The middle market is an area that needs further development, so it is great that Jameson Capital has honed in on this. I look forward to working with the team and drawing on my expertise to help grow the firm’s reputation and expertise as a premier credit lender.”
Jameson Capital co-founder and Director, Nick Browne, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Grace Tsui, who brings with her a wealth of expertise and credentials as a highly qualified global capital markets specialist.
“Grace’s knowledge of the Australian financial system and her experience with ultra-high-networth individuals will be an asset to the team and our network of investors.”