The Bank of New York Mellon has appointed John Hills as head of treasury services for South Asia. Reporting to A. Richard Brown, Hong Kong-based head of treasury services for Asia, Hills will lead the Bank of New York Mellon’s treasury services teams for Singapore, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Australia from his office in Singapore.
Hills joined The Bank of New York Mellon in 2008 as head of sales for South Asia following two years as Wells Fargo’s regional representative in South East Asia. From 1979 to 2006, he served in several regional management roles with Bank of California/Union Bank of California, including chief representative in Malaysia and Singapore, chief representative in Indonesia, and regional manager for Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos. He has served as vice president of the Indonesian Bank Representative Office Association and was a member of the Administrative Board of the University of Washington-affiliated Pacific Rim Bankers Association.
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