Credit Suisse announced that it has onboarded Robery Huray as its South East Asia Investment Banking Vice-Chairman, effective January 2022.

Finance Magnates recently learned from a press release that Robert Huray, a senior executive that joined the fintech industry just over five years ago, has been recruited by Credit Suisse, a Switzerland-based financial services firm, as its new Vice-Chairman of its South East Asia investment banking and capital markets business, according to an article published on Reuters.

Huray will report directly to Rehan Anwer and Kuan-Ern Tan, the Co-Heads of Credit Suisse’s Southeast Asian investment banking and capital markets business. Also, he will be in charge of the coverage in Southeast Asia of the global industrials group for the bank.

A Glance over Huray’s Career

Robert Huray Credit Suisse
Robert Huray

Huray, according to his LinkedIn profile, has taken on two prior senior positions at different financial organisations and held them simultaneously. His most recent role, Managing Director of ASEAN for Kuok Singapore Limited Group. Located in Europe, he fulfiled the requirements of the role in just under a year.

His first known contract was with RHB Investment Bank as its Chief Executive Officer. From June 2016, he successfully drove the investment bank for almost six years.

Nick Thursby Joins Credit Suisse’s Team

In addition to the new Vice-Chairman, Nick Thursby adds his presence to the swiss banking giant. He has been appointed to head the Financial Institutions Group in SE Asia.

Thursby brings fifteen years of experience from the fintech sector and has repeatedly returned to Credit Suisse. In the new role, he will relocate to Singapore and report to Michael Tan who is the Head of the sector group for the Asia Pacific.

Nick Thursby Credit Suisse
Nick Thursby

A Review of Thursby’s Vocation

Prior to his recent appointment, Thursby served HSBC as a Director of Asia Financial Institutions Group, Advisory and Global Banking. For close to three years, he completed the necessary duties of the role in Hong Kong. The bank promoted him from his earlier post as Vice President in the same areas within six months of his appointment.

Before that, Credit Suisse previously benefitted from his experience for more than eight years. His last position with the Swiss financial services firm was in January 2017 when he was elevated to Vice-President of Asia Financial Institutions Group and Investment Banking. For more than a year and a half, he triumphed as he accomplished his duties. His earlier role at the Bank was Associate to the same division from June 2013 to December 2016. Though, originally, he started as an Analyst again in the same division three years before in the summer of 2010. Additionally, he spent three months as an Intern in that division in the summer of 2009.

In other related news, US FINRA has slapped a $9 million fine on Credit Suisse Securities, for multiple violations of regulatory laws and rules that are protecting investors’ interests.

Announced on Thursday, the self-regulatory agency alleged that Credit Suisse issued more than 20,000 research reports between 2006 and 2017 that contained inaccurate disclosures about potential conflicts of interest.

Credit Suisse announced that it has onboarded Robery Huray as its South East Asia Investment Banking Vice-Chairman, effective January 2022.

Finance Magnates recently learned from a press release that Robert Huray, a senior executive that joined the fintech industry just over five years ago, has been recruited by Credit Suisse, a Switzerland-based financial services firm, as its new Vice-Chairman of its South East Asia investment banking and capital markets business, according to an article published on Reuters.

Huray will report directly to Rehan Anwer and Kuan-Ern Tan, the Co-Heads of Credit Suisse’s Southeast Asian investment banking and capital markets business. Also, he will be in charge of the coverage in Southeast Asia of the global industrials group for the bank.

A Glance over Huray’s Career

Robert Huray Credit Suisse
Robert Huray

Huray, according to his LinkedIn profile, has taken on two prior senior positions at different financial organisations and held them simultaneously. His most recent role, Managing Director of ASEAN for Kuok Singapore Limited Group. Located in Europe, he fulfiled the requirements of the role in just under a year.

His first known contract was with RHB Investment Bank as its Chief Executive Officer. From June 2016, he successfully drove the investment bank for almost six years.

Nick Thursby Joins Credit Suisse’s Team

In addition to the new Vice-Chairman, Nick Thursby adds his presence to the swiss banking giant. He has been appointed to head the Financial Institutions Group in SE Asia.

Thursby brings fifteen years of experience from the fintech sector and has repeatedly returned to Credit Suisse. In the new role, he will relocate to Singapore and report to Michael Tan who is the Head of the sector group for the Asia Pacific.

Nick Thursby Credit Suisse
Nick Thursby

A Review of Thursby’s Vocation

Prior to his recent appointment, Thursby served HSBC as a Director of Asia Financial Institutions Group, Advisory and Global Banking. For close to three years, he completed the necessary duties of the role in Hong Kong. The bank promoted him from his earlier post as Vice President in the same areas within six months of his appointment.

Before that, Credit Suisse previously benefitted from his experience for more than eight years. His last position with the Swiss financial services firm was in January 2017 when he was elevated to Vice-President of Asia Financial Institutions Group and Investment Banking. For more than a year and a half, he triumphed as he accomplished his duties. His earlier role at the Bank was Associate to the same division from June 2013 to December 2016. Though, originally, he started as an Analyst again in the same division three years before in the summer of 2010. Additionally, he spent three months as an Intern in that division in the summer of 2009.

In other related news, US FINRA has slapped a $9 million fine on Credit Suisse Securities, for multiple violations of regulatory laws and rules that are protecting investors’ interests.

Announced on Thursday, the self-regulatory agency alleged that Credit Suisse issued more than 20,000 research reports between 2006 and 2017 that contained inaccurate disclosures about potential conflicts of interest.