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Michael Tan is a Senior Vice President at Northern Trust - Singapore. As APAC Head of Foreign Exchange, he oversees the foreign exchange sales and trading activities of The Northern Trust Company in the Asia-Pacific region which also include a FX Sales presence in Sydney and dealing rooms in Singapore, Beijing and Seoul. Michael ensures compliance in such FX activities within guidelines and policies as provided for by Singapore, Asian and U.S. regulators.
The APAC dealing rooms provide foreign exchange services for investment managers and custody clients and are active in foreign exchange trading. The Northern Trust Singapore FX team was recognized as the "Best FX Provider (Real Money) – APAC" from 2005-2013 by Asia-Pacific investment managers and custody clients, as independently polled in Global Investor Magazine’s annual FX surveys.
Prior to joining Northern Trust in 1996, Michael was Assistant Treasurer at Commerzbank (1982-1990) and Treasurer at Banca Commerciale Italiana (1990-1996) in Singapore. He began his banking career in 1979 with Citibank's Singapore Treasury.
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