Aviva Investors appoints Beng Eu Lim as head of institutional business development for Asia Pacific

Beng Eu will be based in Singapore and will report into Erich Gerth, CEO global business development, and Tahnoon Pasha, CEO Singapore.

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Aviva Investors announced the appointment of Beng Eu Lim as head of institutional business development – Asia Pacific. Beng Eu will be responsible for implementing the business development strategy for Aviva Investors in the Asia Pacific region, enhancing the offering to institutional clients whilst also building relationships with clients and consultants. Beng Eu will be based in Singapore and will report into Erich Gerth, CEO global business development, and Tahnoon Pasha, CEO Singapore.

Erich Gerth, CEO global business development, said: “Asia Pacific is a key region of growth for Aviva Investors and we see significant opportunities throughout the market. The region is home to some of the fastest growing economies in the world with an incredible pool of savings. It’s therefore important to ensure that investors can gain exposure to these markets, enabling them to achieve their individual investment requirements.

“We are keen to continue building our presence and establish a solid foothold in this region and I’m confident that Beng Eu will help us in achieving our goals. He brings an intimate understanding of the Asian market, having worked extensively in the region for over 15 years and has a successful track record in building up new distribution channels.

“This appointment combined with our investment management capabilities in Singapore and our recent approval to access Chinese capital markets mean that we now have the ability to work more effectively with our clients. At both a global and local level it allows us to understand their requirements in greater detail and provide solutions that are suited to their needs.”

Beng Eu has joined from Turner Investments where he was responsible for developing new business and marketing its investment management services. Prior to this, he worked at Prudential Asset Management.

Next Finance , July 2011

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