BNP Paribas appoints new Singapore head
June 14, 2018

BNP Paribas has announced the appointment of Diana Senanayake as Head of Singapore for BNP Paribas Securities Services, effective today.

Ms Senanayake will lead the Singapore team, with a focus on continuing to build out best-in-class operations for clients while deepening relationships with new and existing clients.

Joining from RBC Investor and Treasury Services in Luxembourg, where she was most recently Managing Director for Global Client Coverage, Senanayake has extensive experience in financial services across Europe and Asia. 

She held the role as Head of RBC Investor Services in Singapore from 2010 to 2014 and was also Head of RBC Investor Services in Malaysia from 2013 to 2016. Prior to her appointment at RBC in 2005, she worked with Deloitte in Belgium and Ernst & Young in Luxembourg.  

She will report to Philippe Benoit, BNP Paribas Securities Services' Head of Asia Pacific, and Pierre Veyres, BNP Paribas CEO for Singapore. She replaces Mostapha Tahiri, who was appointed Head of Institutional Investors & Digital Transformation for the Asia Pacific region in September 2017. Tahiri remains based in Singapore for his regional role, continuing to report to Benoit.

 





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BNP Paribas has announced the appointment of Diana Senanayake as Head of Singapore for BNP Paribas Securities Services, effective today.

Ms Senanayake will lead the Singapore team, with a focus on continuing to build out best-in-class operations for clients while deepening relationships with new and existing clients.

Joining from RBC Investor and Treasury Services in Luxembourg, where she was most recently Managing Director for Global Client Coverage, Senanayake has extensive experience in financial services across Europe and Asia. 

She held the role as Head of RBC Investor Services in Singapore from 2010 to 2014 and was also Head of RBC Investor Services in Malaysia from 2013 to 2016. Prior to her appointment at RBC in 2005, she worked with Deloitte in Belgium and Ernst & Young in Luxembourg.  

She will report to Philippe Benoit, BNP Paribas Securities Services' Head of Asia Pacific, and Pierre Veyres, BNP Paribas CEO for Singapore. She replaces Mostapha Tahiri, who was appointed Head of Institutional Investors & Digital Transformation for the Asia Pacific region in September 2017. Tahiri remains based in Singapore for his regional role, continuing to report to Benoit.

 



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