Sudeep Chatterjee, Bank of Singapore’s head of trading and execution platform, has moved to fintech firm OSL as its Singapore-based head of product.
Chatterjee was with BoS for five years as a product management leader “defining the bank's product and platform strategy”, latterly at executive director level, according to his LinkedIn profile.
At OSL, Chatterjee is responsible for product teams globally for business lines (prime brokerage, exchange, and custody) and enterprise services (trading and risk, compliance, and accountancy and operations).
OSL is Asia’s largest digital asset platform, and provides prime brokerage, custody, exchange and SaaS services for institutional clients and professional investors. Its parent company is Hong Kong-headquartered BC Technology Group, a fintech and digital assets firm whose gross profit increased 54% year-on-year to HK$303m (US$39m) in 2021.
Chatterjee has joined OSL in the midst of a hiring drive. It has about 50 vacancies on its career site, including 15 in Singapore. Just under half of is global openings are in technology, including jobs in data engineering, cyber security and blockchain development.
Product specialists like Chatterjee are in high demand at both fintechs and banks in Singapore. As we reported in March, Credit Suisse poached Adam Koh from UOB in Singapore as a product owner in its digital team.
Chatterjee started his career in 2005 at Lehman Brothers as a business intelligence engineer. He worked for Credit Suisse from 2010 to 2017 as a senior product manager.
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