The Asian Banker

BMO China seeks to enhance infrastructure capabilities to drive growth in Asia
Fang Bourne, COO of BMO China, discusses the bank’s incorporation in Beijing and challenges faced in implementing its Asian growth strategy.

Dec 20, 2012 | Carol Wheatcroft

Fang Bourne, Bank of Montreal (BMO) China’s recently appointed chief operating officer, spoke clearly about what was needed to execute BMO’s unique Asian growth strategy. “We are aiming to unify our processes to do the same with less, yet more with what we have,” she said in a recent interview with The Asian Banker, where she discussed the challenges of executing the strategy. For many years, BMO China was merely a representative office of its Canadian parent before becoming a full-fledged branch. In September 2010, the bank fully incorporated in China following a decision to make Beijing…

Please login to read the complete article. If you already have an account, you can login now or subscribe/register.

Categories: China, Core Banking, Retail Banking, Technology & Operations, Wealth Management
Keywords: Fang Bourne, BMO, Lloyd George Management, COFCO Trust, Fullgoal Fund Management, Wholesale Banking, Corporate Banking, Oracle
Add a new comment:

Allowed tags: <b><i><br>

Comments (0)

Show Less
White Papers
About us | Jobs and Internships with us | Contact us | Advertise with Us | | Privacy Policy | Copyrights Requests | Legal Notice | Feedback
RSS FeedRSS Feed | Follow us on Linkedin Twitter Facebook
Copyright 2014, The Asian Banker. All Rights Reserved .