RBS appoints Julian Cheong as head of banking for Southeast Asia

In this newly created role, Cheong will be responsible for building Royal Bank of Scotland's banking business.

The Royal Bank of Scotland has appointed Julian Cheong to a newly created role as head of banking for Southeast Asia. Cheong will be based in Singapore, reporting regionally to John Mullins, Asia-Pacific head of banking, and locally to Muhammad Aurangzeb, country executive for Singapore and head of global banking markets for Southeast Asia and Pakistan.

Cheong will be responsible for driving RBS's aggressive growth in its banking business across debt, equity and advisory products, and for overall coverage in the region.

Cheong spent nearly 10 years at Goldman Sachs before leaving in 2008 to join Lehman Brothers. When Nomura bought Lehman's Asia business, Cheong became co-head of the financial institutions group for...

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