SINGAPORE – Credit Suisse Group has appointed Robert Huray as vice president of its investment banking and capital markets business in Southeast Asia, according to a memo seen by Reuters.
Credit Suisse has confirmed the content of the note.
Huray, a senior regional banker, ran the Malaysian lender’s investment banking business RHB from 2016 to early 2021, after which he oversaw Malaysian tycoon Robert Kuok’s Kuok Group conglomerate Southeast Asia investments, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Huray, who worked at Credit Suisse for four years from 2000, will report to Rehan Anwer and Kuan-Ern Tan, co-heads of Credit Suisse’s investment banking and capital markets business in Southeast Asia. East. Singapore-based Huray will also lead the Swiss bank’s industrial group’s global coverage for Southeast Asia.
It was not immediately clear whether Huray’s title as Credit Suisse’s regional vice president for its investment banking business was a new position at the bank.
Nick Thursby, former Asian Financial Institutions Group Director, Consulting, at HSBCwas also named head of financial institutions group coverage for Southeast Asia at Credit Suisse, the memo said.
Thursby, who was based in Hong Kong, according to his LinkedIn profile, will be based in Singapore and will report to Michael Tan, sector group manager for Asia-Pacific. Thursby previously worked at Credit Suisse for eight years from 2010.