People Moves

OCBC Appoints Hong Kong Subsidiary Chief Executive

Tom Burroughes Group Editor 27 April 2021

OCBC Appoints Hong Kong Subsidiary Chief Executive

The new CEO has worked in various roles across major banks for more than three decades.

Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation has appointed Ivy Au-Yeung as chief executive of OCBC Wing Hang Bank Limited, the group’s wholly-owned subsidiary in Hong Kong.

Au-Yeung, will take up the role on 19 May, reporting to group CEO of OCBC Bank, Helen Wong. Na Wu Beng, current chief executive, who will be retiring on 19 May, will jmremain with OCBC Wing Hang Bank as the advisor to the board until the end of 2021.

Au-Yeung joined OCBC Wing Hang Bank as deputy CEO in December 2019, overseeing the retail banking business in Hong Kong, Banco OCBC Weng Hang, SAin Macau and OCBC Wing Hang Credit Limited. She has worked in banks for more than 30 years in roles covering relationship management, product management as well as credit and sales. 

OCBC is the parent of Bank of Singapore, the private banking group.

Register for WealthBriefingAsia today

Gain access to regular and exclusive research on the global wealth management sector along with the opportunity to attend industry events such as exclusive invites to Breakfast Briefings and Summits in the major wealth management centres and industry leading awards programmes