INVESTMENT BANKING | Staff Reporter, Singapore

Thomson Reuters' Patrick Donaldson to tackle data and insights at ABF's Priority Banking & Wealth Management Conference 2018

He will join representatives from Celent, Bain & Company, DBS Bank, and more.

Patrick Donaldson, head of market development for wealth management - Asia Pacific and Japan at Thomson Reuters Financial & Risk business, will be speaking at Asian Banking & Finance’s inaugural Priority Banking & Wealth Management Conference 2018

Patrick will be drawing on his formidable experience rising through the corporate ranks at Singapore’s elite private banking industry where he previously headed the European Desk at Barclays Wealth and served as head of private banking at VP Bank (Singapore).

In his current role at Thomson Reuters, Patrick identifies, develops and launches news, analytics, risk and workflow solutions to the wealth anagement community across all asset classes and segments in an effort to ensure that the products and services property meet the needs and expectations of customers.

Catch him as he tackles how data can generate actionable insights for the private banking industry at the inaugural Priority Banking & Wealth Management Conference 2018 which will take place on December 4 in Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore.

He will be speaking alongside representatives from Celent, Oliver Wyman, Bain & Company, RHTLaw Taylor Wessing, DBS Bank, OCBC Wing Hang Bank, HSBC, Siam Commercial Bank, China Merchants Bank International, HSBC HK, Standard Chartered Bank, WeInvest, StashAway, Bambu, and Amazon Web Services.

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