EFG announces four new hires in Singapore Branch
The global private banking group, headquartered in Zurich, shows commitment to growing its business in Asia Pacific region through the employment of Jennie Hananto, Karen Siah, Leo Yunn Miin and Nenni Angela.
Jennie Hananto has been appointed as Head of the South East Asia team, focusing on the Indonesian market. She will report to Oliver Balmelli, Deputy CEO and Head of Private Banking, Singapore. Jennie is a veteran banker with over 30 years of experience in the finance industry, including two decades in the area of private banking. Prior to joining EFG, she served as Vice Chair South East Asia for Client Advisory at Bank J Safra Sarasin.
Karen Siah has joined EFG as a Client Relationship Officer. Karen brings with her over 15 years of wealth management experience from UOB Private Bank and DBS Bank.
Leo Yunn Miin has joined the Independent Asset Management team as a Client Relationship Officer. Yunn Miin has more than a decade of banking experience and previously worked as an Account Manager in Financial Intermediaries Asia Pacific at UBS. Prior to that, she performed several roles at Credit Suisse, including serving as an Investment Consultant in the External Asset Managers department.
Nenni Angela has joined EFG as a Client Relationship Officer. Nenni is a seasoned private banker with almost 30 years of industry experience, including 20 years in private banking. She most recently served as Director for Client Advisory at Bank J Safra Sarasin.
Oliver Balmelli, Deputy CEO and Head of Private Banking of EFG Singapore, stated: “I am pleased to welcome Jennie, Karen, Yunn Miin and Nenni to EFG Singapore. I am convinced that our client-centric business model will continue to attract experienced and senior private banking professionals to EFG to help us deliver on our ambition of achieving further growth in Singapore.”