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Chief executive and president
BNP Paribas Investment Partners Japan
Moorrees joined the company in 1997 (previously Fortis Investments) and most recently he served as chief executive of BNP Paribas Investment Partners in Indonesia. During his four years there, Moorrees strongly contributed to the unit's growth in the Asia-Pacific region.
Diligent Board Member Services
Yee will serve as the primary contact for new clients and provide support and training as they move from manual board book production to Diligent's Boardbooks online portal. She joins from Turner International Asia-Pacific where she was manager of broadcast sales support and affiliate relations for CNN in Asia-Pacific.
Managing director and prime finance head, Asia-Pacific
Murphy will have regional oversight of all prime finance and Futures activity for the bank in the region. As head of prime finance in Asia for Deutsche Bank, he was instrumental in leading the bank's growth efforts in Asia over the last two years. Before that, Murphy ran the structured products group in New York and has extensive derivative and product management experience working in all the major financial centres.
Head of commodities investor sales, Asia-Pacific
Based in Singapore, Lauras will focus on building the commodities sales platform for the financial institutions and sovereign wealth funds in the region. He joins from from Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he was the regional co-head of investor solutions. Before that, Lauras was based in London with Goldman Sachs where he provided commodity derivatives investment solutions to hedge funds and asset managers, and at Morgan Stanley, where he focused on interest rates derivatives.
Senior structurer for commodities sales.
Vu Bao joins Citi from Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he was co-head of investor solutions. Before that, he was a senior structurer at Deutsche Bank, providing solutions for both institutional and corporate clients. Vu also spent three years at UBS where he developed significant experience in rates and foreign exchange structuring in Asia.
Human resources director
As the designated successor to William Chan, who retires next year after 14 years as human resources director, Cheung has a wide range of management experience and deep knowledge of MTR. He joined the firm in 1983 as a graduate engineer and has progressed over the years to his current position as chief of operations engineering.
Tam has worked in the information and communications industries for 20 years in senior roles at British Telecom, iAdvantage, Hutchison Telecommunications and Hongkong Telecom. He will support growth in Hong Kong and Shanghai work on on outsourcing, business continuity and cloud-based service delivery.
Head of retail banking and wealth management
Hang Seng Bank
Chan joined Hang Seng in 2009 as head of corporate and commercial banking, with responsibility for corporate, commercial and business banking businesses. Before that, he was at HSBC for more than 30 years, holding senior retail and commercial banking positions. Chan has a bachelor's degree from the University of Hawaii.
Head of corporate and commercial banking
Hang Seng Bank
Lam joined Hang Seng in 2003 as a department head of commercial banking relationship management and was named head of commercial banking in 2009. He has held various senior commercial banking and corporate marketing positions and was the finance director of a listed company.
Fund research director, Hong Kong
Ng will be responsible for Morningstar's qualitative fund research in Hong Kong and other Asian markets. He has nearly 10 years of experience in the investment industry. He was previously director and head of alternatives research for Brockhouse Cooper in Canada. Ng also worked at AllianceBernstein Institutional Investments and Investors Group. He holds a master's degree in business administration from Concordia University and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.
Corporate finance partner
Yu has a master's of business administration from Liverpool University, England, and is a qualified member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. In his six years at BDO Stoy Hayward he helped in developing cross-border business covering China and other Southeast Asian countries. He also has nine years of audit supervisory experience gained at KPMG Shanghai and Manchester. Yu will be based in Shanghai.
Chief operating officer, head of business development (emerging markets)
RBC Wealth Management
Based in Singapore, Dewan will oversee strategy, operations, overall business management and strategic initiatives for the unit, part of Royal Bank of Canada. He joins from ABN Amro, where he was regional chief financial officer and chief operating officer for private banking in Asia. Previously based in India, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore, Dewan has also worked for Bank of America and Australia and New Zealand Banking Group.
Li Li Seah
Vice-president, group risk management
Royal Bank of Canada
Seah has focused on wealth management for the last 16 years. She joins RBC Wealth Management from RBS Coutts Asia where she was regional head of credit risk. She has previously held positions at Deutsche Bank, ABN Amro Bank, DBS and OCBC.
Head of human resources
RBC Wealth Management Emerging Markets
Glass joins RBC's wealth management team from ABN Amro and has more than 17 years of experience in human resources, working for international banks including Citigroup and Deutsche Bank based in Singapore and London.