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$46 Billion Asset Manager Lion Global Investors Appoints Chief Investment Officer Teo Joo Wah as New CEO, Gerard Lee Retires after 12 Years

24th November 2022 | Singapore

Lion Global Investors with $46 billion AUM (Assets under Management) has appointed Chief Investment Officer Teo Joo Wah as the new Lion Global Investors CEO (1/12/22), with CEO Gerard Lee to retire after 12 years in the role.  Gerard Lee will remain as Senior Advisor to Lion Global Advisors to help with the transition until his official retirement (16 April 2023).  Lion Global Investors new CEO Teo Joo Wah has more than 34 years of banking & investment experience, is the current Chief Investment Officer and have been leading the investment division since 2014.   Teo Joo Wah started his career at DBS Bank (Singapore’s largest bank), was a Director (Fund Management) at Singapore Temasek with $297 billion AUM, and Senior Vice President at Fullerton Fund Management.  Lion Global Investors is a subsidiary of OCBC Group in Singapore, one of Singapore’s 3 largest bank (DBS, OCBC, UOB). 

“ $46 Billion Asset Manager Lion Global Investors Appoints Chief Investment Officer Teo Joo Wah as New CEO, Gerard Lee Retires after 12 Years “

 


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Lion Global Investors Chairman Khor Hock Seng:  “We would like to thank Gerard for his capable leadership and commitment over the past 12 years. He has embarked on many successful strategic initiatives such as Digitisation and the setting up of Artificial Intelligence capabilities to position the company for the future. Joo Wah has built a strong investment track record for the company over the past 8 years. He is also instrumental in developing innovative new products and servicing institutional clients. We are confident that Joo Wah is well qualified to take on this position and lead the company to greater heights.”

 

Lion Global Investors New CEO Teo Joo Wah

Lion Global Investors Teo Joo Wah

Lion Global Investors new CEO Teo Joo Wah has more than 34 years of banking & investment experience, and is the current Chief Investment Officer.  Teo Joo Wah had been leading the investment division since 2014.

Teo Joo Wah started his career at DBS Bank (Singapore’s largest bank), was a Director (Fund Management) at Singapore state-owned investment company Temasek with $297 billion AUM, and Senior Vice President at Fullerton Fund Management. 

Lion Global Investors Chairman Khor Hock Seng:  “Joo Wah has built a strong investment track record for the company over the past 8 years. He is also instrumental in developing innovative new products and servicing institutional clients. We are confident that Joo Wah is well qualified to take on this position and lead the company to greater heights.”

 

Lion Global Investors Outgoing CEO Gerard Lee

Lion Global Investors Gerard Lee

Lion Global Investors CEO Gerard Lee to retire after 12 years in the role.  Gerard Lee will remain as Senior Advisor Lion Global Advisors to help with the transition until his official retirement (16 April 2023).

Lion Global Investors Chairman Khor Hock Seng:  “We would like to thank Gerard for his capable leadership and commitment over the past 12 years. He has embarked on many successful strategic initiatives such as Digitisation and the setting up of Artificial Intelligence capabilities to position the company for the future.

 

About Lion Global Investors

Lion Global Investors Limited is a member of the Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited (OCBC) Group, and one of Asia’s leading asset management companies. Established since 1986, it is uniquely positioned to provide Asian equities and fixed income strategies and funds to both institutional and retail investors. As at 30 September 2022, our assets under management (AUM) stands at S$67.4 billion (US$46.9 billion). 




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