New HR appointments at GIC, Thomson Reuters, and more

Here are the latest HR promotions and job moves from across the region.

If you or an industry colleague recently made a move, do reach out to us at kelvin.ong@hrmasia.com.sg, and we will be happy to announce your appointment.

Ying Ying ChewChew Ying Ying, Senior Vice President of HR, GIC

Chew Ying Ying has joined Singapore fund management group GIC as its Senior Vice President of HR, where she will serve as a business partner lead.

Prior to this role, Chew spent over 10 years at JP Morgan, most recently as the Singapore Head of HR and Regional HR Business Partner.

Chew started her career in HR in 2002 with the former Singapore Ministry of the Environment, before moving on to Credit Suisse, and finally, JP Morgan.

She writes that she is a senior HR Business Partner with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry, and has strong business development professional skills in Talent Management and Acquisition, Performance Management, Succession Planning, and Change Management.

Peter Fay

Peter Fay, Head of Talent Acquisition, Asia-Pacific at Thomson Reuters

Peter Fay has been appointed the Head of Talent Acquisition for Asia-Pacific of media group Thomson Reuters.

Fay joins Thomson Reuters from financial services firm Northern Trust Corporation, where he led the people agenda across Southeast Asia and Australasia (including Northern Trust's APAC regional headquarters and executive team) as the Senior Vice President of HR.

With over 15 years’ recruitment and talent management experience, Fay writes that he is a proven HR leader with an extensive track record of delivering human capital solutions across multiple sectors that include Financial Services, Technology, and Media.

Jessica LeeJessica Lee, HR Business Partner, Asia-Pacific Sourcing, Cardinal Health

Jessica Lee is now HR Business Partner of Asia-Pacific Sourcing at Irish hospital group Cardinal Health.

In this position, Lee will collaborate closely with business stakeholders and HR leaders to drive HR strategy, organisational developments, integrations, cultural changes, talent management, succession planning, leadership coaching, and compensation planning for the assigned businesses.

Before she took on this job, she was the Head of HR of the Asia-Pacific region for Harley-Davidson Motor Company, where she coached and led the HR team to become value-adding HR business partners, while still looking after HR operations for their Managing Directors and local leadership teams. 

A Senior HR Business Partner with 20 years of professional experience, Lee is versed in HR business partnering, talent management, organisational changes and developments, mergers and acquisitions, and more. 

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