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Bank Of Singapore Names Ex-Credit Suisse Figure As Greater China COO

Editorial Staff 12 March 2024

Bank Of Singapore Names Ex-Credit Suisse Figure As Greater China COO

The COO has a 20-year track record at banks such as Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, UBS and BNP Paribas.

Bank of Singapore has appointed former Credit Suisse senior figure Ronnie Cheung as Greater China chief operating officer, Hong Kong branch. Her appointment takes effect from 19 March.

Based in Hong Kong, Cheung will report locally to Cindy Wong, CEO of the Bank’s Hong Kong branch, and functionally to Jacky Ang, global COO.

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 lead the bank’s transformation efforts and execute its strategic initiatives.

WealthBriefingAsia has asked BoS whether Cheung's role is a newly-minted one or if she is replacing someone who has moved. It will update this article in due course.

With more than 20 years’ industry experience, Cheung was the Hong Kong COO at Credit Suisse; before this, she was the Chinese equities COO at the Swiss bank, managing its strategy for onshore and offshore equities in mainland China.

Cheung, who has served in several senior roles in the US, the UK, Hong Kong and mainland China, has also worked at other banks such as Goldman Sachs, UBS and BNP Paribas.

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