Maybank Appoints Ramzi Sharif to Head the GCRO Office

Ramzi Sharif, the Group Chief Risk Officer (GCRO) of Maybank Kim Eng, the investment banking and brokerage division of Malaysian bank Maybank, has also been appointed as the Head of the GCRO Office of Maybank, Finance Magnates has learned.
According to his LinkedIn profile, Sharif took on the new position at Maybank in March of this year. He holds the role concurrently with his position as GCRO of the investment banking and brokerage unit.

Ramzi Sharif, the Group Chief Risk Officer of Maybank Kim Eng
Source: LinkedIn
Sharif originally joined Maybank back in January of 2009, as the Head of Research and Knowledge Management, a position he held for more than four years until April of 2013. From here, in May of 2013, he was promoted to Chief Risk Officer of the firm’s Investment Bank.
After more than three years in this role, Sharif was again promoted to the position of GCRO for Maybank Kim Eng in August of 2016, which he still holds. He is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, his LinkedIn states.
Prior to his career with the Malaysian bank, Sharif was where he was the manager for the Global Banking and Markets division. Joining in June of 2008, his tenure with the company lasted for eight months, ending in January of 2009.
In January of 1997, Sharif kicked off his career at Bank Negara Malaysia, the central bank of Malaysia, according to his Linkedin. Initially, he joined as a Senior Executive and Economist, a position he worked in for more than eight years.
Following this, he went on to become a Branch Manager in Sabah, a Malaysian state, in February 2005. After slightly more than one year in this role, he then moved up the ranks to Program Manager in August of 2006 until March 2008.
Maybank promotes Andrew Gee to Head of Prime Services Sales
Also in March of this year, Andrew Gee was promoted to the role of Head of Prime Services Sales for Maybank Kim Eng, as .
Gee’s promotion comes after slightly more than four years with the company, having served with the firm in different roles across its CFDs and prime execution services. He originally joined the company in 2015, when he was appointed as the head of institutional sales.

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