Loh Boon Chye

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Loh Boon Chye
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Occupation Chief Executive Officer
Employer SGX
Location Singapore
LinkedIn [<https://www.linkedin.com/in/boon-chye-loh-bb541178/ Profile]
Website www.sgx.com

Loh Boon Chye is a Singapore based financial services and exchange executive who serves as the CEO of the Singapore Exchange (SGX). He officially started in the top role in July 2015.[1][2][3]

He was previously deputy president and head of global markets for Asia-Pacific for Bank of America-Merrill Lynch, beginning in December 2012.[4][5]

He also serves on the board of directors of GIC.[6]

Background[edit]

Loh's career in the financial industry spans 26 years. He began as an investment officer with the Monetary Authority of Singapore in 1989 and joined the Singapore branch of Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York in 1992. From 1995 to 2012, he was with Deutsche Bank AG, Singapore, where he held the posts of chief executive of the Global Markets Division in Singapore, and head of global markets – Asia, and was head of corporate and investment banking for Asia-Pacific.

He was a director on the Board of SGX from October 2003 to September 2012. He replaced the prior SGX CEO Magnus Böcker, who departed in June 2015.

John Lothian News Interviews[edit]

2020 Exchange Leader Series

2016 Exchange CEO Series: SGX's Boon Chye Expanding With New Products, New Platform in 2016

Loh Boon Chye took over the Singapore Exchange CEO post in July 2015 with a focus on growing the overall business in derivatives, clearing and equities. But he faces headwinds across the asset classes as China's economy slows. Boon Chye, however, believes the exchange is well positioned to move forward in 2016.

SGX has made a name for itself by introducing equity index futures with the Nikkei 225 futures, among others. The exchange now is broadening its China product suite with the introduction of a series of equity derivatives based on MSCI indexes including the MSCI China Free Index. The new product follows the FTSE China A50 futures contract, which ranks 18th among global futures exchange in 2015, and traded 95.8 million contracts last year, up 131 percent from 41.3 million contracts a year earlier, according to the Futures Industry Association annual survey.

Interview: New Captain: SGX's Boon Chye Navigates Tough Asian Markets - John Lothian News, July 2015[edit]

Loh Boon Chye took the reins as CEO of Singapore Exchange (SGX) in July 2015. A former SGX board member and Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s deputy president and head of global markets in Asia Pacific, he said there is much opportunity for the exchange to grow, and perhaps even benefit from the competition that has moved in around him from ICE and others. Boon Chye spoke at SGX’s headquarters with JLN Editor-in-Chief Jim Kharouf about his management style, the game plan for the exchange going forward and just where SGX fits in the global market landscape.[7] Read the Interview

Education[edit]

Loh graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Engineering degree.

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