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CNBC Global CFO Council

Sok Hui Chng, DBS Bank

Source: Sok Hui

Sok Hui Chng is the Chief Financial Officer of DBS Group, and a member of the DBS Executive Committee. Prior to this appointment in October 2008, she was the Managing Director and Head of Risk Management at DBS Group and held the position for six years.

Sok Hui serves as Supervisor of the board of DBS Bank (China) Limited, and on the board of the Bank of the Philippine Islands. Sok Hui is appointed by the Ministry of National Development (Singapore) to be a Board member of the Housing & Development Board, as well as the Ministry of Finance (Singapore) to serve on the Accounting Standards Council. Sok Hui represents DBS in several industry and professional forums and had previously served on the Executive Committee of the Global IFRI Chief Risk Officer Forum, as well as the Tax Advisory Committee under the Ministry of Finance (Singapore).

Sok Hui is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), a Certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM) as well as a Chartered Accountant (CA, Singapore). Sok Hui received AsiaRisk's Risk Manager of the Year Award in 2002. In October 2007, she was conferred the inaugural Financial Industry Certified Professional title by the Institute of Banking and Finance in Singapore. She was also the recipient of The Asian Banker's Inaugural Risk Manager of the Year Award in 2012. Sok Hui was named Best CFO at the Singapore Corporate Awards 2013. She is a member of the International Women's Forum (Singapore).

CNBC Global CFO Council

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