Credit Suisse has announced that Rehan Anwer will be appointed as its Singapore CEO, subject to regulatory approval.
He will retain his current role as the CEO of southeast Asia and head of southeast Asia investment banking and capital markets.
Anwer is succeeding Wong Chien Chien, who is leaving the bank to pursue other interests.
He was only appointed as the CEO of southeast Asia in June last year.
Anwer joined Credit Suisse in March 2007 after almost 10 years at Deutsche Bank covering multiple Asia-Pacific markets.
In addition, Dominique Boer will take on the role of deputy Singapore CEO, in addition to her current role as the CEO of SymAsia Foundation and wealth management market group head for Singapore and the Singapore booking centre.
Boer has over 30 years of experience in banking and has been with Credit Suisse since 2015.
Credit Suisse has witnessed an outflow of talent recently, with the recent departures of Stella Lau, Serene Wee and Johanes Oeni to Deutsche Bank all within the last month and Shahid Qazi’s transfer to Standard Chartered.