DBS hire

DBS targets Indonesia private banking clients

Chia Su Ching will join DBS's private banking arm on September 1, replacing Terence Seow who left to join Bank of Singapore.
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Chia Su Ching is set to join DBS’s private banking arm, covering Indonesia, after more than 11 years as an investment banker with the Singapore bank.

Chia joins as a senior vice-president, starting on September 1, and will replace Terence Seow, who left to join rival Bank of Singapore as a managing director earlier this month. Seow will focus on Indonesia but also has a wider regional mandate. He left DBS with two relationship managers Wilyono Martin and Fang Shiuh Rou who are now both working with him at Bank of Singapore. Martin and Fang have not been replaced, but their portfolios have been taken up by other members...

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