SINGAPORE – OCBC Bank plans to ramp up the size of its global transaction banking workforce in Singapore, in response to a shift in the type of skills now in demand.
The lender aims to grow its 100-strong headcount by 50 per cent by the end of next year for the division, which also serves OCBC’s other key markets of Malaysia, Indonesia and Greater China.
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