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Bank of Singapore Hires Credit Suisse Ronnie Cheung as COO Greater China for Hong Kong Branch, More than 20 Years of Banking Industry Experience Including at Goldman Sachs, UBS, Credit Suisse & BNP Paribas in United States, United Kingdom, China & Hong Kong

14th March 2024 | Hong Kong

Bank of Singapore with $110 billion AUM (Assets under Management) has hired Credit Suisse Ronnie Cheung as COO Greater China for Hong Kong branch (19/3/24).  Ronnie Cheung joins from Credit Suisse where she was the Hong Kong Chief Operating Officer (COO), and prior, was Credit Suisse China Equities COO driving the firm’s strategy for its onshore and offshore equities business in mainland China.  Ronnie Cheung has more than 20 years of banking industry experience including at Goldman Sachs, UBS, Credit Suisse & BNP Paribas in United States, United Kingdom, China & Hong Kong.  Based in Hong Kong, Ronnie Cheung reports to Bank of Singapore Hong Kong branch Chief Executive Cindy Wong, and to COO Jacky Ang.  Bank of Singapore: “In her role, Ms Cheung will be responsible for the governance and operations of Bank of Singapore’s Hong Kong branch to support the franchise’s continued growth across Greater China. She will also spearhead the Bank’s transformation efforts and execution of key strategic initiatives in the region … … The appointment is part of Bank of Singapore’s continuous efforts to bolster its bench strength to entrench the Bank’s leadership in Hong Kong.  Ronnie Cheung holds a first-class honours bachelor’s degree from Queen’s University in Canada and a master’s in business administration from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She was in the inaugural cohort of the Hong Kong Academy of Finance’s Financial Leadership Programme in 2022. The programme seeks to equip Hong Kong’s up-and-coming financial leaders in response to the ever-evolving global financial landscape.”  In February 2024, Bank of Singapore appointed Sachith Nair as Team Head of International Team, and Manjoy Lazaro as Chief Representative of Philippines Office & Market Head  In December 2023, Bank of Singapore hired former Goldman Sachs Executive Director & Credit Suisse Hong Kong CEO Rickie Chan as Bank of Singapore Hong Kong CEO.  More info below:

“ Bank of Singapore Hires Credit Suisse Ronnie Cheung as COO Greater China for Hong Kong Branch, More than 20 Years of Banking Industry Experience Including at Goldman Sachs, UBS, Credit Suisse & BNP Paribas in United States, United Kingdom, China & Hong Kong “

 



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Bank of Singapore’s Global COO, Jacky Ang: “Greater China continues to represent a key region for Bank of Singapore. We are delighted to welcome Ronnie to the family. She is joining us with an impressive track record, adding a wealth of experience at this important juncture. I am confident that she will play a key role in driving our strategic and operational objectives in Greater China, positioning our Hong Kong hub for continued growth and success.”

 

 

Bank of Singapore Appoints Sachith Nair as Team Head of International Team, Private Banking Veteran with More than 13 Years Experience in London & Singapore at Barclays & Bank of Singapore

Bank of Singapore CEO Jason Moo

17th February 2024 – Bank of Singapore with $110 billion AUM (Assets under Management) has appointed Sachith Nair as Team Head of International TeamSachith Nair is a private banking veteran with more than 13 years experience in London & Singapore at Barclays & Bank of Singapore.  Sachith Nair had started his banking career in investment banking at Barclays in London in 2006.  In 2011, Sachith Nair moved into Barclays private banking & wealth management.  In 2018, Sachith Nair joined Bank of Singapore focusing on UHNW (ultra high net worth) clients.  Earlier in February 2024, Bank of Singapore appointed Melanio Manjoy Lazaro as Chief Representative of Philippines Office & Market Head, reporting to Robin Heng (Co-Head of Private Banking Singapore).  Melanio Manjoy Lazaro has more than 30 years of experience including over 10 years at Bank of Singapore.  In December 2023, Bank of Singapore hired former Goldman Sachs Executive Director & Credit Suisse Hong Kong CEO Rickie Chan as Bank of Singapore Hong Kong CEO.  Rickie Chan joins Bank of Singapore (Private Bank) from Credit Suisse after almost 10 years (2014).  Rickie Chan had started his career at Goldman Sachs after graduating from University of Chicago (1995), and after 15 years at Goldman Sachs (Executive Director), joined Barclays in 2012.  In 2014, Rickie joined Credit Suisse, where he had held senior executive roles in including Chief Executive Hong Kong, Head of Greater China, Head of APAC Switzerland (Wealth Management).  In October 2023, Bank of Singapore appointed 2 senior private bankers Harjeet Singh and Mohan Subramaniam as Market Heads of Non-Resident Indian (NRI) in Southeast Asia.  In September 2023, Bank of Singapore announced leadership changes (1/1/24) with Robin Heng and Rodney Sin appointed as Co-Heads of Singapore & ASEAN, Teresa Lee as Head of Hong Kong, Ranjit Khanna to expand his coverage from Middle-East to Europe and Global Market Head Olivier Dennis to retire.  Co-Heads of Singapore & ASEAN Robin Heng will lead Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Australia and Rodney Sin will lead offshore China, Japan & NRI (Non-Resident India).  Robin Heng, Rodney Sin, Teresa Lee and Ranjit Khanna will report to Bank of Singapore CEO Jason Moo in their new roles starting on 1st January 2024.   More info below:

 

Bank of Singapore Appoints Interim Chief Representative Melanio Manjoy Lazaro as Chief Representative of Philippines Office & Market Head, More than 30 Years of Experience Including Over 10 Years at Bank of Singapore

Bank of Singapore CEO Jason Moo

1st February 2024 – Bank of Singapore with $110 billion AUM (Assets under Management) has appointed interim Chief Representative Melanio Manjoy Lazaro as Chief Representative of Philippines Office & Market Head, reporting to Robin Heng (Co-Head of Private Banking Singapore).  Melanio Manjoy Lazaro has more than 30 years of experience including over 10 years at Bank of Singapore.  In December 2023, Bank of Singapore hired former Goldman Sachs Executive Director & Credit Suisse Hong Kong CEO Rickie Chan as Bank of Singapore Hong Kong CEO.  Rickie Chan joins Bank of Singapore (Private Bank) from Credit Suisse after almost 10 years (2014).  Rickie Chan had started his career at Goldman Sachs after graduating from University of Chicago (1995), and after 15 years at Goldman Sachs (Executive Director), joined Barclays in 2012.  In 2014, Rickie joined Credit Suisse, where he had held senior executive roles in including Chief Executive Hong Kong, Head of Greater China, Head of APAC Switzerland (Wealth Management).  Earlier in October 2023, Bank of Singapore appointed 2 senior private bankers Harjeet Singh and Mohan Subramaniam as Market Heads of Non-Resident Indian (NRI) in Southeast Asia.  In September 2023, Bank of Singapore announced leadership changes (1/1/24) with Robin Heng and Rodney Sin appointed as Co-Heads of Singapore & ASEAN, Teresa Lee as Head of Hong Kong, Ranjit Khanna to expand his coverage from Middle-East to Europe and Global Market Head Olivier Dennis to retire.  Co-Heads of Singapore & ASEAN Robin Heng will lead Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Australia and Rodney Sin will lead offshore China, Japan & NRI (Non-Resident India).  Robin Heng, Rodney Sin, Teresa Lee and Ranjit Khanna will report to Bank of Singapore CEO Jason Moo in their new roles starting on 1st January 2024.

 

 

Bank of Singapore Hires Ex-Goldman Sachs & Credit Suisse Hong Kong CEO Rickie Chan as Bank of Singapore Hong Kong CEO

Bank of Singapore CEO Jason Moo

1st December 2023 – Bank of Singapore with $110 billion AUM (Assets under Management) has hired former Goldman Sachs Executive Director & Credit Suisse Hong Kong CEO Rickie Chan as Bank of Singapore Hong Kong CEORickie Chan joins Bank of Singapore (Private Bank) from Credit Suisse after almost 10 years (2014).  Rickie Chan had started his career at Goldman Sachs after graduating from University of Chicago (1995), and after 15 years at Goldman Sachs (Executive Director), joined Barclays in 2012.  In 2014, Rickie joined Credit Suisse, where he had held senior executive roles in including Chief Executive Hong Kong, Head of Greater China, Head of APAC Switzerland (Wealth Management).  Earlier in October 2023, Bank of Singapore appointed 2 senior private bankers Harjeet Singh and Mohan Subramaniam as Market Heads of Non-Resident Indian (NRI) in Southeast Asia.  In September 2023, Bank of Singapore announced leadership changes (1/1/24) with Robin Heng and Rodney Sin appointed as Co-Heads of Singapore & ASEAN, Teresa Lee as Head of Hong Kong, Ranjit Khanna to expand his coverage from Middle-East to Europe and Global Market Head Olivier Dennis to retire.  Co-Heads of Singapore & ASEAN Robin Heng will lead Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Australia and Rodney Sin will lead offshore China, Japan & NRI (Non-Resident India).  Robin Heng, Rodney Sin, Teresa Lee and Ranjit Khanna will report to Bank of Singapore CEO Jason Moo in their new roles starting on 1st January 2024.

 

 

Bank of Singapore Appoints 2 Senior Private Bankers Harjeet Singh & Mohan Subramaniam as Market Heads of Non-Resident Indian in Southeast Asia

Bank of Singapore CEO Jason Moo

6th October 2023 – Bank of Singapore with $110 billion AUM (Assets under Management) has appointed 2 senior private bankers Harjeet Singh and Mohan Subramaniam as Market Heads of Non-Resident Indian (NRI) in Southeast Asia.  In September 2023, Bank of Singapore announced leadership changes (1/1/24) with Robin Heng and Rodney Sin appointed as Co-Heads of Singapore & ASEAN, Teresa Lee as Head of Hong Kong, Ranjit Khanna to expand his coverage from Middle-East to Europe and Global Market Head Olivier Dennis to retire.  Co-Heads of Singapore & ASEAN Robin Heng will lead Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Australia and Rodney Sin will lead offshore China, Japan & NRI (Non-Resident India).  Robin Heng, Rodney Sin, Teresa Lee and Ranjit Khanna will report to Bank of Singapore CEO Jason Moo in their new roles starting on 1st January 2024.  More info below:

 

 

Bank of Singapore Announced Leadership Changes with Robin Heng & Rodney Sin Appointed as Co-Heads of Singapore & ASEAN, Teresa Lee as Head of Hong Kong, Ranjit Khanna Expands Coverage from Middle-East to Europe & Global Market Head Olivier Dennis to Retire

Bank of Singapore in Singapore

21st September 2023 – Bank of Singapore with $110 billion AUM (Assets under Management) has announced leadership changes (1/1/24) with Robin Heng & Rodney Sin appointed as Co-Heads of Singapore & ASEAN, Teresa Lee as Head of Hong Kong, Ranjit Khanna to expand his coverage from Middle-East to Europe and Global Market Head Olivier Dennis to retire.  Co-Heads of Singapore & ASEAN Robin Heng will lead Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Australia and Rodney Sin will lead offshore China, Japan & NRI (Non-Resident India).  Robin Heng, Rodney Sin, Teresa Lee and Ranjit Khanna will report to Bank of Singapore CEO Jason Moo in their new roles starting on 1st January 2024.  Earlier in August 2023, Bank of Singapore hired Credit Suisse Southeast Asia COO & Head of Wealth Management Singapore Jacky Ang as Bank of Singapore Chief Operating Officer (13/9/23), succeeding Sonjoy Phukan and joining CEO Jason Moo in Bank of Singapore new private banking leadership team.  More info below:

 

 

Bank of Singapore Hires Credit Suisse Southeast Asia COO & Head of Wealth Management Singapore Jacky Ang as Chief Operating Officer, Succeeds Sonjoy Phukan & Joins CEO Jason Moo in Bank of Singapore New Private Banking Leadership Team

Bank of Singapore in Singapore

25th August 2023 – Bank of Singapore with $110 billion AUM (Assets under Management) has hired Credit Suisse Southeast Asia COO & Head of Wealth Management Singapore Jacky Ang as Bank of Singapore Chief Operating Officer (13/9/23), succeeding Sonjoy Phukan and joining CEO Jason Moo in Bank of Singapore new private banking leadership team.  In 2023 January, Bank of Singapore had announced the appointment of top private banking leader Jason Moo as Bank of Singapore CEO (6th March 2023), following CEO Bahren Shaari announcement on his retirement after 8 years as Bank of Singapore CEO.  Bank of Singapore (23/8/23): “Bank of Singapore today announced the appointment of Mr Jacky Ang as Global Chief Operating Officer (COO) to succeed Mr Sonjoy Phukan who will be leaving the Bank to pursue other interests.  The new appointment takes effect from 13 September 2023. Mr Ang will report to Chief Executive Officer Mr Jason Moo. He will be made a member of the Bank’s management committee.  As the Global COO, Mr Ang will support the Chief Executive Officer in the strategic steering of the Bank while overseeing the execution of its key strategic initiatives. In addition, he will spearhead the Bank’s transformation efforts and have oversight of the governance and operations to support the continued growth of the franchise in its key markets across ASEAN, Greater China and Middle East.”  In July 2023, Singapore OCBC Bank had set a target of S$3 billion revenue growth by 2025, doubling OCBC Premier & Private Client Relationship Managers & AUM in Greater China by 2025, and target private bank (Bank of Singapore) AUM $145 billion & 500 private bankers by 2025.  More info below:

Bank of Singapore CEO Jason Moo: “Jacky is highly regarded as a strong leader with an innovative and forward-looking mindset. His in-depth knowledge of the industry across our key markets, coupled with a sound understanding of compliance, controls and risk management, will be a great asset to our franchise. I am confident that Jacky, together with the management team, will propel Bank of Singapore to greater heights.

I would like to thank Sonjoy for his invaluable contributions to the Bank over the last six years. He has been instrumental in driving our transformation efforts which have added scale and scope for franchise. We greatly appreciate Sonjoy’s dedication and leadership in building our business and wish him well in his future endeavours.”

 

 

Bank of Singapore Hires Credit Suisse Southeast Asia COO & Head of Wealth Management Singapore Jacky Ang as Chief Operating Officer

Bank of Singapore Jacky Ang

Bank of Singapore Incoming COO Jacky Ang

Jacky Ang, a Singaporean, joins from Credit Suisse where he was the Southeast Asia COO. Concurrently, he was the Singapore Branch Manager and Head of Wealth Management.  A veteran banker, with more than 26 years of experience in corporate governance, new business development and wealth management services, Jacky Ang has worked in three leading Asian financial hubs – Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo.   From 2006 to 2011, Jacky helped Credit Suisse expand its regional footprint and product offerings across Asia as the Head of New Business, Asia Pacific. These included the establishment of its branch in Mumbai, India, as well as its China onshore joint venture with Founder Securities. Jacky was then responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Singapore branch – Credit Suisse’s largest office in Asia.  Jacky Ang graduated from the University of London with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics (Banking and Finance). He is a graduate of the Asian Financial Leadership Programme in 2016.

 

Bank of Singapore Outgoing COO Sonjoy Phukan

Sonjoy Phukan joined Bank of Singapore in 2017 as Global COO. During his tenure as Global COO, Sonjoy Phukan created and spearheaded a multi-year transformation roadmap for the Bank, which earned him the industry accolade as COO of the Year – awarded by the Asian Private Banker in 2020.  Sonjoy Phukan also played an instrumental role in pioneering an innovation culture for the Bank, driving technology investments into digitising client interactions as well as elevating overall client satisfaction by creating a Client Experience vertical in support of the franchise’s strong growth ambitions.

 

 

Singapore OCBC Wealth Management to Double OCBC Premier Relationship Managers & AUM in Greater China by 2025, Bank of Singapore AUM $145 Billion & 500 Private Bankers by 2025

OCBC CEO Helen Wong

4th July 2023 – Singapore OCBC Bank (4/7/23: Market Capitalisation $55.7 billion) has set a target of S$3 billion revenue growth by 2025, doubling OCBC Premier & Private Client Relationship Managers & AUM in Greater China by 2025, and target private bank (Bank of Singapore) AUM $145 billion & 500 private bankers by 2025 (AUM ~ Assets under Management).  Bank of Singapore: “Bank of Singapore, OCBC’s private banking subsidiary, likewise aims to increase its AUM – to USD145 billion by end 2025. To reach this AUM target, Bank of Singapore will grow its team of relationship managers to 500 by then. BOS is riding strong momentum, with AUM having tripled between 2013 and 2022. This was led by Greater China, where AUM increased by five times over the same period.”  OCBC Global Consumer Financial Services (Wealth Management): “By 2025, OCBC aims to double assets under management (AUM) of its Premier Banking and Premier Private Client (PPC) segments for Greater China. In support of this, the bank will double the number of relationship managers serving high-net worth customers in the Premier Banking and Premier Private Client segment in Greater China by 2025. This will enable continued strong AUM growth for Premier Banking and PPC, which together recorded a 3.5 times increase in AUM from 2013 to 2022.”  See below for more info.

Helen Wong, OCBC Group CEO: “The flow business between ASEAN and Greater China is not new to us. We recognise its potential. Over the years, we have built a strong franchise and put ourselves in a very good position to capture these flows. The effects of China’s reopening post-pandemic, the rise of ASEAN for the China plus one strategy and other geopolitical factors have amplified this potential.  The unified brand that we have unveiled today is yet another strategic move. It solidifies our One Group approach, one of eight core pillars of our Corporate Strategy that was refreshed in 2022. It also furthers our commitment to customers: that when they bank with us, they have the collective strength of OCBC Group supporting them seamlessly across markets. With this One Group approach, our comprehensive ASEAN- Greater China franchise and twin hub proposition of Singapore and Hong Kong becomes even more compelling.  In ASEAN, OCBC services the top seven markets using locally incorporated banking and insurance subsidiaries, and bank branches and offices, which contribute to over 98% economic growth of the region. In Greater China, we have around 4,500 staff across 67 branches in 17 cities in mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR and Taiwan complemented by our powerful partnership with Bank of Ningbo.  We are therefore confident that we will be able to deliver S$3 billion in incremental revenue by 2025 from our ASEAN-Greater China focus.”

 

 

Singapore OCBC Wealth Management to Double OCBC Premier Relationship Managers & AUM in Greater China by 2025, Bank of Singapore AUM $145 Billion & 500 Private Bankers by 2025

Bank of Singapore CEO Jason Moo

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By 2025, OCBC aims to double assets under management (AUM) of its Premier Banking and Premier Private Client (PPC) segments for Greater China. In support of this, the bank will double the number of relationship managers serving high-net worth customers in the Premier Banking and Premier Private Client segment in Greater China by 2025. This will enable continued strong AUM growth for Premier Banking and PPC, which together recorded a 3.5 times increase in AUM from 2013 to 2022.

Bank of Singapore
Bank of Singapore, OCBC’s private banking subsidiary, likewise aims to increase its AUM – to USD145 billion by end 2025. To reach this AUM target, Bank of Singapore will grow its team of relationship managers to 500 by then. BOS is riding strong momentum, with AUM having tripled between 2013 and 2022. This was led by Greater China, where AUM increased by five times over the same period.

 

 

Bank of Singapore with $110 Billion AUM Appoints Top Private Banking Leader Jason Moo as CEO, Succeeds Bahren Shaari Who Retires after 32 Years in Banking

3rd January 2023 – Bank of Singapore with $110 billion AUM (Assets under Management) has announced the appointment of top private banking leader Jason Moo as Bank of Singapore CEO (6th March 2023), following CEO Bahren Shaari recent announcement on his retirement after 8 years as Bank of Singapore CEO and 32 years in Banking including UBS, ING Asia Private Banking).  Top private banking leader Jason Moo joins from Julius Baer where he last held the role of Head of Private Banking Southeast Asia & Branch Manager Singapore and had spent 21 years at Goldman Sachs including senior executive appointments as Goldman Sachs CEO Singapore, and Regional Head of Private Wealth Management Southeast Asia & Australia.  Earlier in December 2022, Bank of Singapore CEO Bahren Shaari announced his retirement after nearly 8 years since his appointment as Bank of Singapore CEO in February 2015, growing the private banking AUM (Assets under Management) from $51.1 billion in 2015 to over $110 billion in 2022.

 

 

Jason Moo, Top Private Banking Leader Goldman Sachs & Julius Baer

Bank of Singapore CEO Jason Moo

In 2017, Goldman Sachs appointed Jason Moo as CEO in Singapore, taking over from Frederick Towfigh who became a retired partner and advisory director.  Jason Moo had been with Goldman Sachs since 1998, starting as a financial analyst and becoming Managing Director in 2007.  In 2020, Jason Moo left Goldman Sachs and joined Julius Baer as Head Private Banking South East Asia.

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Bank of Singapore CEO Bahren Shaari Announces Retirement, 32 Years Veteran Banker Including UBS & ING and Appointed as CEO in 2015 and Grew Private Banking AUM from $50 Billion to $110 Billion in 2022

Bank of Singapore CEO Bahren Shaari

16th December 2022 – Bank of Singapore CEO Bahren Shaari announced his retirement after nearly 8 years since his appointment as Bank of Singapore CEO in February 2015, growing the private banking AUM (Assets under Management) from $51.1 billion in 2015 to over $110 billion in 2022.  Bahren Shaari, who has over 32 years of banking experience including UBS (Managing Director of Wealth Management, Head of South East Asia & Australia), was part of the management team of ING Asia Private Bank, which OCBC Group acquired and established as Bank of Singapore in 2009. Bank of Singapore is a wholly owned subsidiary of OCBC Bank, Southeast Asia’s second largest bank.  OCBC Group Chief Risk Officer Vincent Choo Nyen Fui is appointed interim Bank of Singapore CEO with effect from 1st January 2023.

 

Bank of Singapore Bahren Shaari on Linkedin 17th Dec 2022 – “Since the announcement of my retirement, I have been heartened by the many well wishes from all quarters. Thank you all for your kind messages.

I’m immensely grateful and proud of the 13 years I’ve spent at Bank of Singapore, Asia’s Global Private Bank. It has been a great privilege for me to work with a team of dedicated colleagues who are the best at what they do.

I’m also thankful for the opportunities and guidance given to me throughout my more than 30-year private banking career, in particular by my former boss Marcel Kreis during UBS days and my predecessor at Bank of Singapore Bing De Guzman, both of whom played a critical role in this journey that has taken me to where I am today.

A key lesson I’ve learnt as CEO is that you can never go wrong when you invest in people and relationships. My greatest reward has been finding people who shared those same values and sense of purpose, working alongside them, and delivering work that I am proud of.

I’m really looking forward to the next chapter of my life. Thank you once again, dear friends and colleagues – both past present – for being part of my journey at Bank of Singapore. Here’s wishing you happy holidays and all the very best. Do stay in touch.”

 

Bahren Shaari, Bank of Singapore CEO

Bahren Shaari is the Chief Executive Officer of Bank of Singapore, the private banking subsidiary of OCBC Bank. He has more than 30 years of banking experience. In 2016, he was conferred the Singapore Institute of Banking and Finance Distinguished Fellow award, in recognition of his significant contribution to the financial industry and outstanding leadership capabilities. Bahren was appointed to the National University of Singapore’s Board of Trustees on 1 June 2021. He also serves as a director on the board of SPH Media Holdings. Bahren is a member of the Council of Presidential Advisers and served as an alternate member from April 2017 to January 2020. Bahren was conferred the Public Service Star Medal in 2018. He was awarded the Public Service Medal in 2008.  Bahren is married with three children and graduated with an accountancy degree from the National University of Singapore.

 

Vincent Choo Nyen Fui, Interim Bank of Singapore CEO

OCBC Group Chief Risk Officer Vincent Choo Nyen Fui is appointed interim Bank of Singapore CEO with effect from 1st January 2023. 

Vincent Choo Nyen Fui was appointed Executive Vice President and Group Chief Risk Officer (GCRO) of OCBC on 1 August 2014. As GCRO, he covers the full spectrum of risk, including Credit, Cyber & Information Security, Liquidity, Market, Operational, and Environmental Social Governance (ESG). In addition to his capacity as GCRO, he was appointed as Group Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) on 1 March 2022. He reports jointly to both Group CEO and the Board Risk Management Committee of OCBC Bank. Mr Choo joined OCBC from Deutsche Bank AG where his last appointment was Managing Director and Chief Risk Officer for Asia Pacific. He is a Director of Bank of Ningbo Ltd and a member of Management Board of NUS Risk Management Institute. Mr. Choo holds a Master of Arts in Economics from University of Akron, USA, and he is an IBF Distinguished Fellow.

 

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Bank of Singapore is a wholly owned subsidiary of OCBC Bank, Southeast Asia’s second largest bank. Headquartered in Singapore, Bank of Singapore operates from a strong and open economy. We are one of the fastest growing private banks in Asia, offering a structured and consistent approach – an open architecture product platform with robust research capabilities to deliver a total risk-based solution customised to each client’s needs. As we are strategically positioned to serve our clients across the globe with our network of offices, they also enjoy access to our parent company’s full suite of investment and commercial banking solutions such as financing, insurance and brokerage services.




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