Schroders makes senior Singapore appointments

Schroders buildingSchroders has strengthened its executive team in Asia-Pacific with two prominent appointments. Lily Choh has been named as chief executive for Schroders Singapore, a year after she was appointed as deputy chief executive. Choh is also currently head of institutional for Asia-Pacific, a role she will relinquish by the end of the year. She replaces Susan Soh who has held the role for 14 years and will now focus on her new position as co-chief executive of Asia Pacific alongside Chris Durack. Schroders has also appointed Amy Cho to the newly created role of head of distribution for APAC. She will be responsible for leading the firm’s distribution strategy across both intermediary and institutional channels in addition to her existing role as chief executive of Schroders Hong Kong. © 2021 funds global asia

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