Mr Ronny Tan

Board Member, Sentosa Development Corporation & President, Sentosa Golf Club

Ronny is actively involved in the non-profit and public sector - covering health care, art, tourism, education and community after a long successful career in banking.
 
Ronny is a board member of Sentosa Development Corporation and President of Sentosa Golf Club. A board trustee at Singapore University of Technology & Design, he also chairs the Finance Committee. In addition, he is adviser to the Singapore Art Museum after serving on its board for a decade. Since 2002, Ronny serves on Taman Jurong Citizen Consultative Committee. Ronny was Chairman of Assisi Hospice since 2008 where he led the board to build the largest and most comprehensive palliative care institution in Singapore.
 
Ronny retired as Vice-Chairman of Deutsche Bank in July 2014. Before that for 12 years, he was the Chief Country Officer for the Group in Singapore, which is the regional head-office for the Asia-Pacific. He was also on the board of its merchant bank, DB International (Asia) Limited. Ronny chaired the Corporate Responsibility Committee when DB Singapore was named the "Corporate Philanthropist for the Year 2011". Since 2013, he serves on the judging panel for the annual national President’s Volunteerism & Philanthropy Awards.
 
Currently, Ronny is on the Asian Board of Lombard Odier, a Swiss private bank specializing in asset and wealth management. 
 
With over 30 years of experience, Ronny contributed to the banking sector in various ways. For over a decade, he served on the Council of The Association of Banks in Singapore and The Singapore Foreign Exchange Market Committee (SFEMC) which he helped establish when he was at the MAS. He was the past President of ACI Singapore - The Financial Markets Association and continues to be an adviser. Moreover, he served for many years on the board of Singapore Commodity Exchange as well as the Income Tax Board of Review.
 
Ronny graduated from the University of Singapore in 1979 where he read Economics and Statistics. He also has a Diploma in Banking from the Singapore's Institute of Banking & Finance (IBF).