RBS appoints Menon to head Singapore business

Madan Menon fills his plate with additional responsibilities as he becomes Singapore country head for the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Madan Menon
Madan Menon

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has appointed Madan Menon as country executive for Singapore, replacing Muhammad Aurangzeb who resigned last year Menon took up his new position on January 10, but will retain his existing, wide-ranging responsibilities as head of global banking and markets (GBM) for India and head of global banking for Southeast Asia

Menon has relocated to Singapore, which is one of six global trading hubs for RBS as well as its regional centre for fixed-income, currencies and commodities (FICC) trading and sales, credit risk management, and global transaction services In addition, Singapore is the base of the UK bank’s Asia Operations Centre, which provides infrastructure support globally...

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