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Credit Suisse unveils new APAC leadership team
Swiss bank aims to reinforce culture of risk management and accountability
The Asset 15 Jun 2022

Credit Suisse has announced key leadership appointments in Asia-Pacific, effective June 1, coinciding with the assumption into office of Edwin Low as chief executive officer for the region and a member of the executive board.

Zeth Hung is named vice-chairman of APAC investment banking and capital markets (IBCM), reporting to David Miller, global head of IBCM and providing strategic guidance to the new APAC IBCM leadership.

From left: Kuan Ern Tan, Joe Lai and Rehan Anwer.

Kuan Ern Tan and Joe Lai are the new co-heads of APAC IBCM, also reporting to Miller with a dotted regional reporting line Low.

Tan joined the bank in 2010 from J.P. Morgan, and will continue to be based in Singapore. Lai moved to Credit Suisse in 2014 from Deutsche Bank. He will continue to be based in Hong Kong and will retain his title as co-head of real estate APAC, alongside Angelo Scasserra.

Rehan Anwer is appointed CEO for Southeast Asia, reporting to Low, in addition to his role as head of IBCM for Southeast Asia.

Anwer joined Credit Suisse in March 2007 after almost 10 years at Deutsche Bank covering various markets in Asia-Pacific.

The latest appointments bring a wealth of experience in the APAC region, with deep, long-standing client relationships and a track record of driving collaboration across geographies and with wealth management, Credit Suisse says.

The strong leadership team will continue to embed a culture of risk management and accountability and build lasting value for the bank’s clients, it adds.

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