09.23.2020
By Markets Media

2020 Women in Finance Asia Awards Winners Announced

Markets Media Group and GlobalTrading announced the second-annual Women in Finance Asia Awards in a Sept. 24 virtual event.

Congratulations to the winners!

Rising Star
Liesbeth Baudewyn, Systematic Trader, Citadel
Rising Star
Carrie Cheng, Trader, BNP Paribas
Rising Star
LeiLei Qu, Quant Research, JPMorgan Asset Management
Best in Exchanges
Joelle Yap, Director – Client Development and Sales, CME Group
Best in Custody
Angely Yip, Head of Sales and Relationship Management, North Asia, BNP Paribas Securities Services
Best in Operations
Edna Chan, Director, Asia Pac Head of Cash Equities Middle Office, Citigroup Global Markets Asia Ltd
Best in Fintech
Rebecca Sin, Head of Equities, Asia, Tradeweb
Excellence in Trading Platforms
Janice Lau, Executive Director, ET, Instinet
Excellence in Buy-Side Trading
Cheryl Chan, Equity Trader, Blackrock
Excellence in Sell-Side Trading
Mary-Anne Peril, Head of Execution Services Australia, Virtu Financial
Best in Hedge Funds
Elizabeth Lo, Chief Operating Officer, TX Capital
Trailblazer
Winnie Khattar, Head of Market Structure, BofA Securities
Crystal Ladder
Susan Chan, Head of Asia, and Head of ETFs & Index Investing and Trading and Liquidity Services Asia-Pacific, BlackRock
Individual Achievement
Erica Poon Werkun, Head of Securities Research Asia Pacific, Credit Suisse
Excellence in Leadership
Terecina Kwong, Chief Operating Officer, HSBC China, HSBC
CEO of the Year
Susan Soh, Singapore CEO and Co-Head of Asia Pacific, Schroder Investment Management (Singapore) Limited
Lifetime Achievement
Cecilia Chan, CIO Fixed Income, Asia Pacific, HSBC Asset Management

Related articles

  1. Rising Star Award winner talks about about her background, career, and experience as a woman in finance.

  2. With Joel Kim, Head of International Fixed Income and CEO Asia ex-Japan, Dimensional Fund Advisors

  3. With Ako Nishi, Executive Director, Central Dealing, J.P. Morgan Asset Management

  4. Exchange group seeks to meet increased demand from Asia-based brokerage firms.

  5. With Matthew Nelson, Vice President at Broadridge, and Ignatius John, former president of Alpha Omega.