Former Deutsche Bank head of MNC Coverage APAC Eddy Henning has been appointed to the position after Manuel Salak III stepped down from the role following 23 years at ING.
In his new position, Mr Henning will “provide senior banker coverage for Asian corporate clients and MNCs in ING’s Asian offices”, a statement from ING said.
Mr Henning will report to ING wholesale banking chief executive Gerrit Stoelinga, who said Mr Henning brought experience of working with global corporate clients to the role.
“His in-depth knowledge of the region, and strong track record of running teams and client relationships will be instrumental as we look to grow our Asia business,” Mr Stoelinga said.
While Mr Henning was employed at Deutsche Bank, he assumed responsibility for corporate clients spanning 14 countries in Asia-Pacific and held management roles in the bank’s regional German businesses.
Mr Henning also holds a board member position at the Singapore-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce.
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