One on one with Kwang Kam Shing
Kwang Kam Shing, Asia CEO of JP Morgan Private Banking gets candid in this quickfire round of Q&A.
Part one of the interview can be found here.
My daughters. They make me a better person. Because of them, I’ve learned how to deal with difficult situations. They often put me in positions that I don’t always feel in control of
Advice for my younger self:
Don’t rush through things. When I was younger, I took everything really seriously. It’s not a bad thing, but I deliberated too much on certain decisions
The best decision I ever made:
Coming to Singapore when I was 13 years’ old. That changed my journey. Being away from home during my teenage years was hard, but it moulded me to become the person I am today
What gets me up in the morning:
The unknown. In my job, every day is different, and can turn out to be very different from what I envisioned
I wouldn’t call myself “hands on” – I think it depends on the individual. If I feel everything is running smoothly and the person or team is doing fine, then I don’t interfere too much
Part one of our chat with Kwang is available here.