Most employees want to climb the career ladder and obtain fancy C-suite titles, but according to OCBC Bank chief executive officer Ong Eng Bin, one’s intention must be right.
Ong joined OCBC in 1988 as a management trainee and worked his way up to the top of the career ladder.
Joining us on the Inspiring Individuals series, he tells young people that investing in your career is the biggest investment you can make.
Breakdown of the interview:
What gets you far in your career?
The symbiosis of bank and economy
OCBC and Gen-Ys
Everyone should be a leader
What separates the C-suites from the average employees?
Necessary skills to succeed
Can CEOs have work life balance?
Malaysian property market
On wealth building
Who is Ong Eng Bin?
Ong Eng Bin has been Chief Executive Officer of OCBC Malaysia at Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited since 2014.
He joined OCBC Malaysia as a Management Trainee in 1988. Ong holds a Bachelor of Accounting & Finance from the University of Manchester.
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