Bank of Singapore reshuffles senior management
Bank of Singapore has made several changes to its management ranks as it looks to penetrate further into Greater China.
Sermon Kwan, who has been chief executive officer of the bank’s Hong Kong branch as well as global market head for Greater China, will now focus exclusively on his Hong Kong role.
As a result, Derrick Tan, the bank’s head for Malaysia, Brunei, Japan, Sub-Continent and Middle East, will now assume responsibility for the global market position for Greater China.
Further, Robin Heng will take on and manage the Thai and growing IndoChina markets. This is in addition to his responsibilities for the Indonesian and Philippines markets.
Meanwhile, Vikram Malhotra becomes the global market head responsible for building growth in Sub-Continent, Middle East and North Africa out of Singapore, as well as Dubai office.
Finally, Olivier Denis will also take on responsibility for the Malaysia market, in addition to covering the Singapore and International markets.