25  November 2011
Maybank Unveils New Kim Eng Corporate Identity and Top Management Line-up

Maybank Group unveiled today a new corporate identity for Kim Eng, simultaneously announcing a new management line-up and setting its aspiration to be the premier investment banking service provider in ASEAN by 2015. This follows the completion of the S$1.79 billion acquisition of the securities and investment broking group earlier this year, a deal which was awarded the Best Deal in Singapore in The Asset Triple A Country Awards 2011.

Kim Eng will now be known as Maybank Kim Eng and will adopt the tiger symbol as its new corporate identity. Maybank Kim Eng will embrace the yellow corporate colour of Maybank Group and will take on the Kievet font type. In Singapore, Hong Kong, India and Indonesia, Kim Eng will retain its corporate name for now, reflecting only the new symbol and colour, pending further regulatory approvals.

Maybank Kim Eng also announced changes to its top management. Tengku Dato’ Zafrul Tengku Aziz, currently the CEO of Maybank Investment Bank, will also be the Chief Executive Officer of Maybank Kim Eng, overseeing the organisation’s global activities which cover 11 countries. 

Mr Ronald Ooi will assume a new role as Executive Advisor of Maybank Kim Eng. 

Mr Tan Pei-San has been appointed as Head of International Business, which includes oversight of the operations in Philippines, Hong Kong, Vietnam, India, USA and UK. 

The investment in Kim Eng reinforces our strategic vision of becoming a financial services leader in Asia. With the addition of Kim Eng, Maybank’s Investment Banking business now boasts more than RM1.2 billion in combined annual revenue. This is also expected to significantly boost Maybank’s income from international operations, which is targeted to comprise about 40% of total Group pre-tax profits by 2015.

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