Bank of Singapore today announced key leadership changes in Hong Kong. Rickie Chan will be appointed as the head of Private Banking, Greater China, Hong Kong branch. Teresa Lee, the current head of Greater China, Hong Kong branch, will take on the new role of vice-chair of Greater China.
Both appointments will take effect from 15 February 2024. Chan will be a member of the bank’s management committee, reporting to Bank of Singapore CEO Jason Moo. Lee will report to Moo functionally.
In her new role, Lee will work closely with Chan in the development of strategies to grow Bank of Singapore franchise in the Greater China region, particularly in the deepening of relationships with ultra-high net worth individuals and families.
Chan has over 26 years of experience in private banking, wealth management and capital markets. Chan joins Bank of Singapore from Credit Suisse where he was most recently the chief executive of the Hong Kong branch and the head of global wealth management, Greater China. He had also previously held several senior leadership roles in Barclays Bank PLC and Goldman Sachs private bank in Hong Kong.
Chan graduated from the University of Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts (Economics). Commenting on the new appointments, Moo said: “These strategic appointments are part of the bank’s continuous efforts to bolster our bench strength to entrench our leadership in Hong Kong. We welcome Rickie to the Bank of Singapore family. With his extensive private banking experience, exceptional people management skills, and demonstrated management abilities, I firmly believe that Rickie will be a great asset and I look forward to continued success and growth of our Hong Kong hub under his leadership. Teresa has been instrumental in driving our growth in the Greater China region and is highly regarded by colleagues, business partners and industry peers. It is fitting that she assumes this new role of vice-chair, Greater China. Her appointment will strengthen our capabilities in serving this region’s ultra-high net worth individuals and families.”
Re-disseminated by The Asian Banker