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HSBC Singapore appoints Priya Kini as its head of commercial banking

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan • 2 min read
HSBC Singapore appoints Priya Kini as its head of commercial banking
Priya Kini. Photo: HSBC Singapore
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HSBC Singapore has appointed Priya Kini as its head of commercial banking. Kini, who is currently HSBC Singapore’s head of global banking, succeeds Regina Lee who has been appointed the head of commercial banking at Hang Seng Bank.

Kini’s appointment is effective Jan 1, 2024. She will report to Wong Kee Joo, HSBC Singapore’s CEO and Amanda Murphy, the head of commercial banking in South and Southeast Asia, HSBC.

She will oversee the growth and the deepening of client relationships across the bank’s commercial banking business in Singapore.

Kini joined HSBC in 2001 and has held various leadership positions in key markets including Singapore, Hong Kong, UK and India. Her last-held role prior to moving to Singapore was head of financial institutions group, Hong Kong.

“Singapore continues to be a key hub for international businesses to expand into the region. Similarly, local businesses are increasingly looking outwards for growth opportunities. We are delighted to have Priya take on the new role as her extensive global banking experience and strong track record in driving business growth will enable us to further accelerate our strategy which is built on Singapore as the springboard to Southeast Asia and beyond,” says Wong.

“South and Southeast Asia is an engine of growth for HSBC Group. We’re confident that Priya’s extensive coverage experience will help accelerate our expansion plans in Singapore and beyond, where we aim to become the region’s leading bank for the new economy, support our clients in the transition to net zero and capture new opportunities from increasing trade and investment flows in and out of South and Southeast Asia,” adds Murphy.

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