Allison Nam

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Alison Nam
Occupation Head of Business Development - Global Division
Employer Hundsun
Location Hong Kong
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Allison Nam is a banking and technology executive who currently serves as the head of business development - Global Division at Hundsun Hong Kong.

Previously, she was a vice president of futures and options at JP Morgan, Asia Pacific. She was appointed to that position in July of 2010. Her responsibilities included OTC clearing sales and marketing.

She pursues eTrading solutions and incorporates exchange-traded, FXPB and OTC clearing opportunities. Nam's appointment marked the first time JP Morgan F&O and OTC clearing department has had an individual sales person based in Hong Kong in over 10 years.[1]

She is fluent in English, Mandarin, Hainanese and Cantonese.


Nam's background includes electrical engineering and financial management. Most recently she was managing director of Patsystems Hong Kong office, an operation she established in 2007. During her time at Patsystems, she drove the development of an Asia Pacific wide ASP hosted solution.



  1. Patsystems PLC Opens Hong Kong Office. Direct Market Access News.
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