now loading...
Wealth Asia Connect Treasury & Capital Markets Europe ESG Forum TechTalk
Asset Management / Wealth Management / On The Move
New Bank of Singapore CEO to assume post in March
Jason Moo succeeds Bahren Shaari who retired after 13 years with the bank
The Asset 4 Jan 2023
Jason Moo
Jason Moo

Bank of Singapore, the private banking arm of OCBC Bank, has appointed Jason Moo as chief executive officer, effective March 6.

Moo succeeds Bahren Shaari, who retired on December 31 2022 after 13 years with Bank of Singapore. To ensure continuity in leadership at the bank, Vincent Choo, a member of the board of directors, assumed the role of interim CEO on January 1 2023.

Moo has more than 25 years of experience in private banking, wealth management and capital markets, including 22 years with Goldman Sachs. He joins Bank of Singapore from Bank Julius Baer where he was the head of private banking for Southeast Asia and branch manager of Singapore. Aside from Singapore, he has also worked in New York and Hong Kong.

From 2002 to 2014, Moo helped build the product platform for Goldman Sachs private bank in Asia as head of the region’s market solutions group, private wealth management. He then led the growth of Goldman Sachs private banking business in Southeast Asia as region head of Southeast Asia and Australia, a position he held for five years. Concurrently from 2017 to 2019, he was the CEO for Goldman Sachs (Singapore).

Shaari was appointed CEO in 2015. Under his leadership, the bank successfully integrated Barclays Asia after the acquisition, and grew its assets under management from US$55 billion to US$109 billion as at September 30 2022.

Conversation
Ying Bai
Ying Bai
ESG lead, Greater China
FTSE Russell
- JOINED THE EVENT -
7th Taiwan Investment Summit - Webinar Series 2021
Transitioning to a green future
View Highlights
Conversation
Wei Wei Chum
Wei Wei Chum
managing director and head of global transaction services, China
DBS
- JOINED THE EVENT -
Webinar
Renminbi in the post-Covid future
View Highlights