Koh Keng Swee

Executive Director, Head of Investment Product and Advisory

DBS Bank


Keng Swee Koh, CFA is Executive Director/Head of Investment Product and Advisory, PT DBS Bank Indonesia. Keng Swee joined DBS group in Singapore in May 2008 and was in various DBS locations before moving to Jakarta in April 2019. Keng Swee is responsible for developing DBS Indonesia’s wealth management business which includes DBS Treasures Private Client and DBS Treasures. Keng Swee’s remit covers both offline and online strategies for investment products and advisory. Keng Swee has more than 10 years of wealth management experience spanning Singapore, Hong Kong and London. Prior to relocating to Jakarta in April 2019, Keng Swee worked in Hong Kong, where he oversaw DBS HK’s digital investment business. DBS HK then launched the award-winning iWealth, a best-in-class desktop and mobile app that allow clients to trade Equities, FX and Funds round the clock. Prior to moving to HK in 2015, Keng Swee worked in Singapore, where he headed up DBS Private Bank’s FX business. Before DBS, Keng Swee was in Citi’s offices in Singapore and London. Keng Swee has a BA, MA and MEng from Cambridge University. He was a former Singapore government scholar, and a CFA charterholder.

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DBS Wealth Management on a Roll in Indonesia, but the Time is Ripe for Consolidation before the Next Leap Forward Keng Swee Koh is Executive Director/Head of Investment Product and Advisory, PT Bank DBS Indonesia, a role he has been relishing since moving to Jakarta in April 2019. The only negative for him right now is that he has been so far unable to travel home to Singapore to see family members since the pa....

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Indonesian Wealth Management - Opportunities & Great Challenges

Indonesia’s huge population is growing fast, and so too is the country’s private wealth. Money has flowed back onshore following the government’s tax amnesty, and the regulators are keen to keep that onshore and boost the onshore proposition.

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