Citi appoints 5 Singaporeans to senior positions across APAC

This includes the new head of Integrated Corporate Bank for its Taiwan business.

Citibank has appointed five Singaporeans to senior positions across its various business groups in Asia Pacific.

Gary Chan has been appointed as Taiwan Head of Integrated Corporate Bank beginning 1 October, where he replaces Vivian Tan, the latter who is retiring after 21 years in Citi. Prior to his new role, Chan was the Singapore Head of Integrated Corporate Bank.

Citi has also appointed Chan San-San as Private Banking High Net Worth Head for Asia Pacific, effective July. She will lead and drive the growth of the high net worth (net worth US$ 10m - US$25m) segment. She will join the Global Private Bank Leadership Team as well as the Citi Global Wealth Asia Management team.

Meanwhile, Singapore Head of Corporate Finance for Investment Banking Kevin Goh is also now Citi’s Asia Pacific Head of Financial Institutions Group.

Gilbert Ng has been appointed as Singapore Head of Integrated Corporate Bank for Citi APAC. Ng will be responsible for clients belonging to the corporates, financial institutions, and public sector groups. He will also have oversight of the global subsidiaries group.

Finally, Toh Jianxun has been appointed as Asia Pacific Co-Head of Corporate Bank for Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT). Toh will continue to serve in his current role as head of TMT for China Corporate Bank. He first joined Citi in 2010 and moved to China Corporate Bank in 2013, where he has held a number of senior positions across different businesses including Corporate Finance.

The bank has also recently announced the appointments of two other Singaporeans: Serene Gay as the Head of Credit Cards and Personal Loans for Citibank Singapore and Faye Ong as the Citi Private Bank Head of Family Office Advisory for Asia.

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