Published by WealthBriefingAsia – 1st April 2015
Bank of Singapore has made a raft of promotions to its private banking teams, this publication can exclusively report.
Robin Heng, market head for Indonesia, has been elevated to global market head for Indonesia.
Heng Yeow Kwang has been appointed to market head for Indonesia, reporting to Heng. Separately, David Ang has been appointed to deputy market head for Indonesia, also reporting to Heng.
Derrick Tan, market head for Malaysia, has been appointed to global market head for Malaysia, Japan and NRI clients. Max Yeo has been appointed to market head for Malaysia, reporting to Tan, Bank of Singapore confirmed to this publication.
Olivier Denis will expand his role as global market head to include Thailand/Indochina, in addition to Singapore and international.
The Singapore teams will be led by two market heads, Jeffrey Tan and Rodney Sim, who both report to Denis.
Late last year, this publication reported on a number of high-level changes at the bank. Its deputy chief executive, Peter Teo, is due to retire at the end of April this year.
Bahren Shaari, a senior BoS executive, was named as the man to take over from outgoing CEO Renato de Guzman. Shaari, who has more than 25 years of banking experience, was part of the management team at IAPB that moved over to Bank of Singapore in January 2010.
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