News: Malaysian banking group RHB appoints new Singapore head

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Malaysian banking group RHB appoints new Singapore head

Danny Quah will assume his role as CEO of RHB Singapore and country head from Friday, Feb. 1, replacing his predecessor Mike Chan Cheong Yuen.
Malaysian banking group RHB appoints new Singapore head

RHB Banking Group has appointed Danny Quah as CEO of RHB Singapore and the country head. The veteran and experienced banker, Quah, will begin his new duties from Friday, Feb. 1

Previously, Quah was the regional CEO for Chong Sing Fintech Group, a Hong-Kong listed company with regional presence in Singapore. His role including setting up the bank’s presence in the country in order to help carry out investing activities in fintech companies across Southeast Asia.

Quah is replacing Mike Chan Cheong Yuen who, according to the Malaysian banking group is leaving in order to “pursue other opportunities.”

“Danny’s extensive regional leadership experience, combined with his deep understanding of the Singapore and ASEAN markets, will be an asset in driving the group’s business growth in Singapore and collaboration across the region,” said Khairussaleh Ramli, Group Managing Director of RHB Banking Group, in a statement.

Quah brings with him about 25 years of experience in the banking sector. He has previously worked in major banking groups such as the Standard Chartered Bank, Canadia Bank and Fullerton Financial Holdings.

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