Staff Reporters
Dec 14, 2009

Ogilvy & Mather's Hong Kong group chairman Royce Yuen departs for role at Fancl

HONG KONG - Royce Yuen (pictured), group chairman Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong is to leave the agency to move to a client-side role after six years in his current position.

Yuen will become executive director at Japanese skincare and cosmetics brand Fancl. He will start at the end of January.

Paul Heath, chief executive officer, Ogilvy Mather Asia-Pacific, will take over as acting chairman of the Ogilvy Group of companies in Hong Kong from 18 January. Royce's final day with Ogilvy is 15 January, 2010. 

Fancl celebrates its 30th anniversary next year, said Yuen. It has had tremendous growth in...

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