OCBC Lender Malaysia appoints new CEO

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 25 — OCBC Financial institution (Malaysia) Bhd has declared the appointment of Tan Chor Sen as its new chief govt officer (CEO) with outcome from January 1, 2023, succeeding Datuk Ong Eng Bin who will be retiring.

OCBC Malaysia chairman Tan Ngiap Joo reported Chor Sen has a strong monitor report with the OCBC group in which he has built strong organizations and also sturdy teams across the region.

“I am confident that Chor Sen will consider the OCBC franchise in Malaysia to the next section of advancement and transformation,” he stated in a statement.

The lender reported Chor Sen’s deep information of Asean and wide experience in connecting businesses throughout the region will grow the OCBC Malaysia franchise over and above its prolonged-recognized nearby enterprises.

He was instrumental in expanding the modest and medium enterprises (SME) enterprise in Malaysia, Indonesia and Hong Kong, introducing new small business designs, electronic answers and provider improvements tailored for this phase.

He has actively led the bank’s strategic thrust in capturing the cross-border trade and expenditure flows within Asean and Increased China.

Chor Sen has been with OCBC Bank in Singapore for extra than 17 decades and is a member of the management committee at the team level.

He is at this time the head of international, International Enterprise Banking in the OCBC Bank head business office in Singapore, overseeing the expansion of the cross-border circulation corporations of SME and mid-cap organizations in the location. — Bernama

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