Senior management shuffles at Crédit Agricole Suisse
29 January 2013
News, Asia, Hong Kong, Singapore
By Asia Asset Management
Crédit Agricole (Suisse) SA, operating under the brand Crédit Agricole Private Banking in Asia, has announced a series of important leadership changes to support its growth across the region.
Roland Feser, chief executive of Crédit Agricole Suisse, Singapore branch will be retiring in March 2013 after an exemplary 38-year career with the Crédit Agricole Group. Mr. Feser has been heading the Singapore office since July 1, 2008.
Hong Kong-based head of markets and investment solutions in Asia, Sen Sui, will succeed Mr. Feser in Singapore. He will begin transitioning to the Lion City this month to take on his new role and ensure a smooth transition of leadership.
Mr. Sui's role will be taken over by current head of FX and precious metals advisory for Asia, Victor Choi, who will be promoted to head of markets and investment solutions in the region. In this new role, he will have responsibility for all product teams across Asia, both for advisory and forex.
Dong Sinh Ngo joins Crédit Agricole Suisse as head of Hong Kong advisory, a position held by Mr. Sui. Mr. Ngo joins the bank after a successful career as the chief strategist for emerging markets and Asia for BNP Paribas Asset Management. He has over 19 years of investment experience in both asset management and private banking. At Crédit Agricole’s Hong Kong branch he will lead a team of investment advisors to generate and distribute profitable investment solutions across a full spectrum of asset classes for the HNWI clients of the bank.
Commenting on these leadership changes, Georges Zecchin, chief executive of Crédit Agricole Suisse in Asia: said, “I would like to express, both personally and for the entire group, our heartfelt thanks to Roland Feser for his great contributions to the development of the bank in the Asia Pacific region and especially to the growth of our Singapore branch.”
He added: “Both Sen Sui and Victor Choi have my full support in these new and important roles and I have every confidence that they will continue to bring their unique skills and exemplary work ethic to their new positions. In addition, we are fortunate to have Dong Sinh Ngo joining the Crédit Agricole family and I believe he will help to strengthen our already successful team. With these organisational changes, I am sure that the bank will continue its successful growth across the entire Asia region.”
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