In his new role, effective 1 July, Singapore-based Shokur will be responsible for the firm’s development strategy in Asia. He will report to Jean Francois Deroche, CEO of CA Indosuez.
Shokur was previously the firm’s head of markets, investment and structuring teams for Indosuez in Switzerland and Asia, according to the statement. He joined Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank in 2007 and was named as head of financial intermediaries in Geneva in 2010.
Indosuez Wealth Management, which is the wealth management brand of the Credit Agricole Group, managed €122.8 billion ($137.6bn) in assets globally as of the end of 2018, according to the statement. It has 14 offices globally, including Hong Kong, and Singapore within Asia-Pacific.