CIMB Singapore has axed three long-time banking heads on Nov 20 as it seeks to restructure its Singapore business, according to The Business Times.

The move to reshape its business portfolios comes amid the bank's poor performance for the first half of 2020.

For the 1HFY2020, the bank's Singapore arm saw losses of RM939 million ($309 million) mainly due to impairments.

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