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A relationship manager with the Oversea-Chinese Banking Chng's lawyer Tan Jun Yin asked for a jail sentence of not more than 24 months. Christine Ip, the CEO of United Overseas Bank (UOB) Greater China, joined the customer segment management and risk management in Canada, As a woman in the banking industry, what are the challenges you've had to The first one is assertiveness or being upfront in interpersonal relationships. Too Jincai was sentenced to 11 months in prison on Thursday for Too Jincai, 31, was a relationship manager with United Overseas Bank at the time. their money in fixed deposits at the UOB branch at Ang Mo Kio Hub but.
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He lived with his wife, a teacher and their two teenage sons in St Francis Lodge condominium, off Serangoon Road. Little did his colleagues and family know that the hard-working Chia was leading a double life.
Chia was so well-known in some casinos that the casino operators would personally invite him to their betting halls and fly him there in their private jets. The gambler had a Chinese-national girlfriend, Li Jin then 23 years old. Over the years, he swung from being deep in gambling debts to winning large sums of money. However, his luck turned for the worse in By the time he joined APB inhe was already heavily indebted.
The forged documents, known as certified extracts of board resolutions, deceived the banks into extending him credit and loan facilities in the name of APB, with him as the sole signatory. At that time, Fraser and Neave owned By 11 Septemberhe was facing eight new charges.
- Former UOB personal banker jailed for cheating, forgery; clients lost S$500,000
- Former OCBC relationship manager admits to insurance policy scam
- Former UOB officer jailed for misappropriating more than $500,000 of client's money
He was also denied bail in October, as the likelihood of him absconding was high. In this exclusive interview with Asian Banking and Finance, Christine talks about the importance of having a diverse workforce from the point of view of a leader and what women need to succeed in banking. What are some of the highlights in your career in the banking industry?Black Women are the Most Rapidly Growing Prison Population
My achievements at UOB include helping UOB Hong Kong to become one of the leading wholesale banks here and ensuring that our business continues to grow steadily.
In addition to supporting our clients as they seize business opportunities, we believe in giving back to the community where our people and our clients build their lives.
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The prestigious award was a tribute to the hard work and dedication of my team, a testament to our focus on serving our clients with professionalism, passion and pride,and a recognition of our efforts as good corporate citizens.
Working in a bank, I face different challenges every day but this is also what I find attractive about the job. Change, to me, is an opportunity to build competitiveadvantages. Instead of waiting for change to happen, I try to create change by tapping my experience and expertise.
For example, together with my team, I anticipate potential issues and strive to come up with preemptive solutions. In the highly-competitive banking industry, it is important to have diversified strengths amongst the workforce to strengthen our business competitivenessand organisational performance.
What do you consider as your biggest achievement? My biggest satisfaction in recent years is from building a great team within the Greater China region for UOB.
Employees are the greatest asset of a company. I am so blessed to have the team working together, united and committed. I attribute my accomplishments to belief, action and discipline.
It is about having faith in my goals, believing that I can do it and nothing is impossible. It is also the willpower to follow up on my plans consistently to increase my chances of success.