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OCBC's head of China business Kng Hwee Tin joins CapitaLand

OCBC's head of China business Kng Hwee Tin joins CapitaLand

10.9.2019

OCBC 's head of China business Kng Hwee Tin joins CapitaLand

SINGAPORE - Head of OCBC 's China unit Kng Hwee Tin has resigned after more than three decades with the bank to join CapitaLand as chief executive officer, finance and corporate services, China, effective on Oct 1.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

SINGAPORE - Head of OCBC's China unit Kng Hwee Tin has resigned after more than three decades with the bank to join CapitaLand as chief executive officer, finance and corporate services, China, effective on Oct 1. In her new role, she will be based in Shanghai and will report to Andrew Lim, group chief financial officer, as well as Lucas Loh, president, CapitaLand (China). She will oversee the finance, treasury, corporate finance and tax, communications, general procurement as well as the legal functions for the China business. She will also be a member of the CapitaLand executive committee to assist in other group strategic projects. Before joining CapitaLand, she has been the executive director and CEO of OCBC Bank (China) Limited since December 2012, and was responsible for the bank's growth strategy in China. OCBC Bank (China) Limited was later rebranded to OCBC Wing Hang Bank (China) Limited in July 2016, after OCBC's acquisition of Hong Kong's Wing Hang Bank in 2014, which led to its China subsidiary Wing Hang Bank (China) Limited being merged with OCBC Bank (China) Limited. Prior to this appointment, she was OCBC Bank's head of group audit, overseeing the full spectrum of audit activities for the lender and its subsidiaries. During her tenure with the bank, she also held responsibilities in risk management and implemented several key initiatives to further strengthen board governance. Read more: The Straits Times

OCBC’s head of China business Kng Hwee Tin joins CapitaLandHEAD of OCBC ’s China unit Kng Hwee Tin has resigned after more than three decades with the bank to join CapitaLand as chief executive officer, finance and corporate services, China, effective on Oct 1. Read more at The Business Times.

Studies show US companies not leaving China in droves, but China companies investing less in USWASHINGTON - Chinese companies are investing less in the United States but American firms are continuing to plough money into China, according to two research papers released on Monday (Sept 9) that show how companies in the two superpowers are responding differently to the trade war.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

China will not tolerate attempts to separate Hong Kong from China: State mediaSHANGHAI: Hong Kong is an inseparable part of China and any form of secessionism 'will be crushed', state media said on Monday (Sep 9), a day ...

China will not tolerate attempts to separate Hong Kong from China: State mediaSHANGHAI — Hong Kong is an inseparable part of China and any form of secessionism

China will not tolerate attempts to separate Hong Kong from China: state mediaHong Kong is an inseparable part of China and any form of secessionism 'will be crushed', state media said on Monday, a day after demonstrators rallied at the U.S. consulate to ask for help in bringing democracy to city. The China Daily newspaper said Sunday's rally in Hong Kong was proof

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