MAS names Gillian Tan as new chief sustainability officer
Tan will lead the sustainability group for tighter coordination of MAS’ sustainability initiatives
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has named Gillian Tan as chief sustainability officer effective 17 October.
Tan, who will continue as assistant managing director (development & international) along with her new role, will lead an expanded sustainability group (SG) that aims to enable more coherent strategy development and tighter coordination across MAS’ various sustainability initiatives, MAS said in a press release.
Tan replaces Darian McBain, who will lead MAS in December 2022.
In her current role as assistant managing director, Tan oversees strategies to develop Singapore as an international financial centre, including sustainable finance capabilities and solutions.
She chairs the ASEAN Taxonomy Board work group developing the ASEAN Taxonomy Plus Standards and serves on the Advisory Board of the Singapore Green Finance Centre.
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