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Lam, Kun Kin 

Mr. Lam Kun Kin serves as Senior Executive Vice President, Head - Global Treasury & Investment Banking of Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Ltd. He was appointed Head of Global Treasury in January 2007 and Senior Executive Vice President in April 2011. He has global responsibility for OCBC Bank’s financial market businesses and asset liability management in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, China and seven other overseas centres. Since February 2012, he has had the additional responsibility of overseeing the Bank’s Global Investment Banking division covering capital markets, corporate finance and mezzanine capital business. Mr Lam has more than 30 years of banking and investment management experience covering global fund management, global markets sales & trading, global investment banking and Asian financial market businesses. Currently, he serves on the boards of Bank of Singapore, OCBC Securities, AVIC Trust and REACH Community Services Society. Mr Lam also serves on Great Eastern Group’s Asset/Liability Committee and Investment Committee and the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation’s (GIC) Board Risk Committee. Prior to joining OCBC Bank, Mr Lam held various senior management positions in GIC, Citibank and Temasek Holdings. In September 2014, he was appointed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore as Co-Chairman of the Singapore Foreign Exchange Market Committee. He holds a Bachelor of Accountancy with Honours from the National University of Singapore and is a Chartered Financial Analyst, Fellow Chartered Accountant of Singapore, IBF Distinguished Fellow and member of the Singapore Institute of Directors.

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