International banking network IBOS Association is delighted to announce the appointment of its new Managing Director, Manoj Mistry.
Formerly Managing Director and Head of Financial Institutions in Asia at multinational Canadian bank, Scotiabank, and prior to this Managing Director at Royal Bank of Canada, Manoj brings with him over 25 years of experience and expertise of operating in the global financial services market.
Manoj has worked across Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific developing business strategies in regional financial institutions coverage, global custody product development and strategic relationship management.
Commenting on his appointment, Manoj said: “I am delighted to be joining IBOS and to defining what the coming years have in store for us. I am relishing the opportunity to spearhead the next chapter of IBOS, and to further strengthening our market profile across key regions, particularly Asia.”
Tom Nicholas, GSL officer of IBOS commented: “Manoj’s appointment comes at an exciting time for IBOS as we have very recently celebrated our 25th anniversary, and signals to the industry IBOS’s growth strategy. In particular, Manoj’s grasp of the Asian markets provides a crucial stepping stone into this arena.”
IBOS has its sights set on growth into the markets that the ever changing economic and geographical developments demand, with potential new member banks in South America, Asia and Australasia, IBOS continues to develop the strong local expertise which clients currently enjoy.
Since its launch in 1994, IBOS has developed into a global banking and cash management alliance, with its member banks now providing geographic coverage to clients across 70% of the globe as follows: Bank of Shanghai (China), CIC - Crédit Mutuel (France), Intesa Sanpaolo Group (Italy, Slovenia, Croatia), KBC (Belgium, Netherlands, Bulgaria, Czech Rep., Hungary, Slovakia), Nordea Bank (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden), PNC Bank (USA), Royal Bank of Canada (Canada), Royal Bank of Scotland (UK), Santander Group (UK, Spain, Portugal, Poland and South America), Silicon Valley Bank (USA), Ulster Bank (Ireland), UniCredit Group (Austria, Germany, Italy, Romania and Russia) and US Bank (USA).