The private bank and wealth manager has added four figures to its operations in the Asian city-state.
(Repeats item originally run yesterday.)
EFG has made four hires for its Singapore branch, including the role of head of the Southeast Asia team.
The appointed senior figures are Jennie Hananto, head of Southeast Asia team; Karen Siah, client relationship officer; Leo Yunn Miin, client relationship officer in the independent asset management team; and Nenni Angela as a client relationship officer.
Hananto will report to Oliver Balmelli, deputy CEO and head of private banking, Singapore. She has more than 30 years of experience in the finance industry, including two decades in the area of private banking. Prior to joining EFG, she served as vice chair for Southeast Asia for client advisory at Bank J Safra Sarasin.
Siah has more than 15 years of wealth management experience from UOB Private Bank and DBS Bank. Leo Yunn Miin has more than a decade of banking experience and previously worked as an account manager in the financial intermediaries Asia-Pacific area at UBS. Prior to that, she performed several roles at Credit Suisse, including serving as an investment consultant in the external asset managers department.
Angela has almost 30 years of industry experience, including 20 years in private banking. She most recently served as director for client avisory at Bank J Safra Sarasin.