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OCBC Hong Kong names Wang Ke as new CEO

The current CEO, Ivy Au-Yeung, will retire on 31 December.

OCBC Hong Kong has announced the appointment of Wang Ke as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective from 15 December. 

The current CEO of OCBC Hong Kong, Ivy Au-Yeung, will retire on 31 December. Wang Ke was appointed the Head of Greater China on 1 November. 

The Greater China region includes the three banking subsidiaries in Hong Kong SAR, Mainland China, and Macau SAR.

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 Ang Eng Siong, the CEO of OCBC China, and Kelvin Lou, CEO of OCBC Macau, will report to Wang Ke. 

This leadership change aims to streamline OCBC's drive to solidify its collective strengths in the Greater China region and capture trade, investment, and wealth flows between Greater China and ASEAN.


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