Rockson Hsu has been appointed as the new chief executive officer of Fubon Credit (Hong Kong), a subsidiary of Fubon Bank (Hong Kong). Hsu, an executive vice president and chief strategy officer of Fubon Bank (Hong Kong), is now set to lead its subsidiary, bringing in his vast experience and leadership skills to steer the organization forward.
In his new role as the CEO of Fubon Credit, Hsu will be reporting directly to Simon Chung, CEO and managing director of Fubon Bank (Hong Kong). Hsu’s appointment comes at a crucial time as the bank is focused on strengthening its franchise in Hong Kong and extending its reach to the Greater Bay Area.
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Hsu brings more than three decades of leadership and risk management experience to the table, adding significant value to the bank’s expansion strategy. Before his association with Fubon, he held the position of CEO at ZA Bank and served in various high-level leadership roles at esteemed financial institutions like Chong Hing Bank, Hang Seng Bank, Barclays Bank, and Citigroup.
Simon Chung lauded Hsu’s appointment, emphasizing his pivotal role in revamping the Fubon Credit business. Chung noted that leveraging financial technology, Fubon Credit’s core business lies in offering customers personalized loan products and services.
Earlier this year, Fubon Bank unveiled the Fubon Visa Infinite Card, an exclusive offering designed for the privileged class in Hong Kong, accessible only through invitation. The card’s design, inspired by airplane trails in the sky, encapsulates the sophistication and confidence of its holders. In addition to its aesthetic appeal, the card provides holders with an array of travel benefits and tempting offers, aiming to enhance their travel experiences.
As Fubon Bank continues to navigate its expansion and growth, Hsu’s appointment represents a significant milestone. His rich experience and strategic acumen are bound to contribute to the bank’s overall goal of consolidating its position in the Hong Kong market and expanding its footprint in the Greater Bay Area.
This news is based on a report by Marketing Interactive.