Pension reform may boost Asia asset servicing

Reform minded


Leow Chong Jin, head of Asia at BNY Mellon Asset Servicing in Singapore, was tasked with building out Bank of New York's asset services business from scratch after joining the group from State Street in 2006. He set about creating dedicated sales, operations, product management and client services capabilities in the region, and now employs some 200 staff, mostly in Singapore, but also in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Tokyo and, most recently, Beijing. "To be closer to our customers, we really needed to be

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