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Making sense of risk management
Chng Sok Hui, CFO of Singapore's DBS, discusses the challenges and importance of bringing multiple functions together as part of an integrated risk management framework.

Feb 14, 2013 | Foo Boon Ping

When Chng Sok Hui was appointed the chief financial officer (CFO) of Singapore-based DBS in 2008, her career in the bank had spanned some 25 years, starting in 1983. She had at various times been involved in corporate planning, market risk management and credit risk management. She held the position of group head of risk management before such a function became commonplace in the banking industry. Her career broadly parallels the journey that DBS took in building its integrated risk management function. DBS is one of the first banks in Asia to embrace risk management. Chng recounted…

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Categories: Data & Analytics, Data Management, Operational Risk, Risk & Performance, Risk and Regulation, Singapore
Keywords: DBS, Chng Sok Hui, Ngiam Tong Dow, VaR, CFO, CRO, ICAAP
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