INVESTMENT BANKING | Staff Reporter, Singapore

Bank of Singapore appoints chief economist

Mansoor Mohi-uddin will be responsible for developing strategic views and research analyses.

Bank of Singapore has appointed Mansoor Mohi-uddin as chief economist, pending regulatory approval, the bank announced in a press release.

He will be responsible for developing strategic views and research analysis on the macroeconomic and financial environment, and shaping BoS’s economic outlook. The latter will be integrated in the bank’s investment strategies.

He will report to Jean Chia, head of portfolio management and research office.

In addition, Mohi-uddin sits on the bank’s investment committee that decides on the strategic and tactical asset allocation calls for clients.

He has more than 20 years of experience in global financial markets with an extensive research track record in currencies.

“Mansoor is well-known among the research fraternity for his ability to competently assess economic conditions and estimate its impact through market cycles. I am confident he will be a key addition to the bank and help to deliver thought leadership in the wealth management industry,” said Chia on Mohi-uddin’s appointment.

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