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DBS Private Bank appoints head of portfolio counselling and product strategy
14/07/2017 , News Team

DBS Private Bank has hired John Ng as the head of portfolio counselling and product strategy.

Part of the DBS Private Bank’s product advisory team, this is a newly created function and Mr Ng will provide strategic portfolio advice and formulate model portfolios to cater to the various market segments. He will report into Audra Seah, head of investment advisory and capital markets solutions.

With over 23 years of experience, Mr Ng was previously at Bank of Singapore, where he spent eight years building and managing the research teams in cash equities, bonds, funds and private equity. He was also responsible for product marketing. Prior to BOS, he was in asset management with Fortis Investments for four years in Europe. Mr Ng started his career in corporate banking and project finance where he spent 11 years with various banks in Singapore and Hong Kong. 

Ms Seah commented: “As we further entrench our position as a leading wealth manager in Asia, we believe it is important to continue to deepen our talent pool and we are delighted to welcome John to the DBS family. We are fully committed to enhancing the client experience by combining the best of personal service and digital innovation with bespoke wealth solutions.”

Headquartered in Singapore, DBS is a financial services group in Asia, with over 280 branches across 18 markets. 

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