Clarence Goh - Finance - Stanford Who's Who Certified
Currently a Business Change Consultant with HSBC, Clarence launched his career more than 20 years ago after stumbling across an opportunity to be part of a great team to change and revolutionize HSBC back end systems, a massive job that took nearly 2 years to execute. After that Clarence undertook projects, which became part of his DNA so to speak until he switched to working as a consultant recently.
Clarence greatest achievements have been being involved successfully in implementing a new front-end as well as back end hardware/system change almost single handed in Singapore back in 2003, being part of a great team to implement HSBC's 2nd Generation Internet Banking in 2008 and in 2011 serving as the Singapore Project Manager to successfully roll out a Mobile Internet Banking using iPhone, iPad and Androids phones.
His success is founded not only on his skills and talents but also his great passion and hard work as well as a great attitude to work with people so that they can perform on the highest level of which they are capable. Moreover he attributes having the courage to face crucial moments of choosing between gearing up or giving up to his many achievements.
As Clarence seeks to continue displaying the key qualities that have made him worthy of others following him including action, vision, sacrifice, risk, determination, service and integrity he plans to lead others.
HSBC has traveled a long way since its beginning from a small local bank to the World's Local Bank. HSBC was born from one small idea, a local bank serving local needs. In March 1865 HSBC opened its doors for business in Hong Kong and today it welcomes customers across the globe as the world's local bank.
The inspiration behind the founding of the bank was Thomas Sutherland, a Scot who was then working for the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation company. He realized that there was considerable demand for local banking facilities in Hong Kong and on the China coast and he helped to establish the bank which opened in Hong Kong in March 1865 and in Shanghai a month later.
Banking, credit cards, assurance, global asset management. Established in 1817, was one of the earliest banks to enter the Singapore market
Stanford Who’s Who welcomes Clarence Goh to the ranks of leading professionals as a result of their phenomenal effort in the Finance industry.
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