The Switzerland-based bank, which is continuing to add to its headcount in Asia, has made senior appointments in Malaysia.
Credit Suisse has made a number of appointments, including naming Joyce Low (pictured) as market leader for Malaysia, a newly-created role.
Low will continue to report to Jin Yee Young, market group head for Singapore, Malaysia and South Asia Switzerland. She joined the Swiss bank 25 years ago and progressed to becoming a senior client partner before being a team leader.
Wee Ing Peng is stepping up from her role as an expert relationship manager to assume Low’s responsibilities as team leader. She has more than 25 years’ experience in private wealth management, including 17 years with Credit Suisse.
“Our people are crucial to our success and, as such, we are committed to attracting and retaining the best people in the industry. These new appointments reflect the depth of our internal talent pool and the attractive opportunities available to our colleagues to advance their careers within the bank,” Jin Yee Young said.
The Zurich-listed bank hired 30 net private bank relationship managers in Asia-Pacific for the first quarter of 2021 - as reported in Q1 earnings. It recently promoted Dominique Boer as market group head for Singapore and Tammy Tan as team leader for the Thailand and Vietnam market based in Singapore. In addition, Malcolm Tay has joined Credit Suisse as deputy market group head and market leader for Indonesia, based in Singapore
The bank has also appointed a number of senior RMs:
-- Arleen Sy joined the Philippines market as a senior RM in Hong Kong;
-- Klara Chan joined the private banking South Asia Switzerland team as a senior expert RM, based in Switzerland;
-- Voragun Thunyasthukul joined Credit Suisse as a senior RM, based in Thailand;
-- Patchai Suratwisit joined Credit Suisse as an RM, based in Thailand;
-- Vaidyanathan Narayanan joined the India market as an RM, based in Singapore; and
-- Rohit Narayanan joined the India market as an RM, based in Singapore.
In late June, Credit Suisse appointed former Deutsche Bank senior figure Malcolm Tay as deputy market group head and market leader for Indonesia, a newly-created role. Tay, who is based in Singapore, will start on 1 September, reporting to Johanes Oeni, market group head Indonesia.
The bank also made other senior private banking appointments in North Asia, including that of Keng Cheong Lock, who took up the post of market group head, private banking for Greater China Singapore. Keng Cheong Lock willl lead the Singapore-based team that covers the Greater China market. A banker with almost 20 years of wealth management experience, Keng Cheong Lock joined the Swiss bank in 2007.