Saxo Bank appoints Vivienne Yu CEO of Greater China
March 12, 2018

Saxo Bank, a financial technology specialist focused on multi-asset trading and investment, reports the appointment of Vivienne Yu as Hong Kong-based Chief Executive Officer of Greater China to further grow Saxo Bank's retail and wholesale business in the region.

Yu will assume overall responsibility for expanding Saxo Bank's services and customer base and drive strategic business growth in the Greater China region, including offices in Hong Kong and Shanghai. Additionally, she will manage and develop relationships with key stakeholders and partners in China and Hong Kong. 

Saxo Bank describes Yu as an accomplished executive with significant business experience in the banking and financial industry in China and Australia. She most recently served as CEO China at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, where she led CBA China's investment and proprietary banking business for the retail, SME and institutional client base.

Before that she spent four years at Bank of Hangzhou (listed on Shanghai Stock Exchange) as a Chief Executive for both Retail and Business Banking. She served four years at Australia Chamber of Commerce as a non-executive Board Director and ten years at Commonwealth Bank of Australia holding several senior level positions.





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Saxo Bank, a financial technology specialist focused on multi-asset trading and investment, reports the appointment of Vivienne Yu as Hong Kong-based Chief Executive Officer of Greater China to further grow Saxo Bank's retail and wholesale business in the region.

Yu will assume overall responsibility for expanding Saxo Bank's services and customer base and drive strategic business growth in the Greater China region, including offices in Hong Kong and Shanghai. Additionally, she will manage and develop relationships with key stakeholders and partners in China and Hong Kong. 

Saxo Bank describes Yu as an accomplished executive with significant business experience in the banking and financial industry in China and Australia. She most recently served as CEO China at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, where she led CBA China's investment and proprietary banking business for the retail, SME and institutional client base.

Before that she spent four years at Bank of Hangzhou (listed on Shanghai Stock Exchange) as a Chief Executive for both Retail and Business Banking. She served four years at Australia Chamber of Commerce as a non-executive Board Director and ten years at Commonwealth Bank of Australia holding several senior level positions.



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