Ambrose Ngu joins DSTi with many yearsâ experience in the IT, Investment and Business Process Management (BPM) fields, having formerly worked for CMG Asia as the Chief Operating Officer (COO), and for Jardine Fleming in both Australia and Hong Kong.
Talking about his vision for his role in DSTi Hong Kong, Mr. Ngu said, âIn the current financial situation, many fund managers, investment banks and insurance companies are concerned about where the market is going, and how to prepare for whatâs coming. My role at DSTi is to help address these concerns by working to meet specific client requirements and deliver the support necessary to help them remain competitive. I will be working closely with our clients to help ensure they are getting maximum benefit not just from our solutions, but also our technical expertise.â
Chayapat Thebipatipat comes to DSTi from Reuters, and has previously held a variety of roles across the asset management and banking industry in Thailand. His international and domestic market experience gives him a strong understanding of the challenges facing the Thai market.
Mr. Thebipatipat said, âIn Thailand, brokers and fund managers are concerned about rapidly changing legal requirements, and look to companies like DSTi to help them as they plan for these changes. DSTi seeks to build strong relationships with our clients so that we are well placed to assist them in meeting their goals.â
Commenting on the appointments, DSTiâs CEO in Asia, Ms. Rhonda Lepsch said, âDSTi has a long history of working closely with our clients. With these new appointments, we look to provide our clients with an even greater level of support throughout their relationship with us. I believe that we now have an exceptionally strong base of local talent to support our clients and ensure that DSTi retains its position as a leading solutions provider in Asia.â