Credit Suisse’s Private Banking arm in Singapore recently announced appointment of Shirley Law as Market Leader Singapore. A seasoned banker, Law brings with her over 20 years of wealth management experience in this new created role. Since joining Credit Suisse in 2013 as a Team Leader, she has established a track record as a business enabler with a skill for building and developing teams.
Prior to joining Credit Suisse, she was a senior banker at UBS for eight years, covering Greater China and other Asian markets. In her new role, she will report to Dominique Boer, Market Group Head Singapore and will manage three teams under three new Team Leaders. With Shirley Law’s appointment, the Swiss giant continues to further solidify its presence in South Asia as this appointment comes on the heels of newly created position in Malaysia and various other promotions.
Three New Team Leaders under Shirley Law include:
- Kent Choi, who transitions to the Singapore market with immediate effect from his current position as Team Leader in the Malaysia market
- Siang Jin Foo, who will join Credit Suisse on July 19, 2021 from HSBC. He bring with him extensive experience in managing teams and in servicing high net worth clients.
- Luke Hui, who will join Credit Suisse on July 26, 2021 from Bank of Singapore. He has an established track record in acquiring new clients and in leading teams.
“With these appointments, we are in an excellent position to accelerate Credit Suisse’s growth in the Singapore domestic market. We will continue to expand our teams by attracting the best people to the bank and developing talented professionals internally. In her new role, Shirley will work closely with us to drive further growth and capture a greater share of the Singapore market together with her teams” remarked Jin Yee Young, Market Group Head Singapore, Malaysia and South Asia Switzerland.
With a diversified footprint in the region, Credit Suisse has made more than 100 net hires in 2021 year to date in APAC across all levels, front-to-back, including 30 relationship managers in Private Banking in the first quarter.
In Private Banking South Asia, the Swiss giant continues to hire selectively and strategically focusing on senior bankers to support its story and ambition for the region. The bank welcomed a number of new senior Relationship Managers across Thailand, Singapore and Hong Kong recently. Jin Yee Young added, “Having generated good growth momentum in the Singapore market this year, we believe that we are well-positioned to achieve greater success driven by our talented new joiners and the strong leadership team in the Singapore market.”