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HRM Asia highlights some of the latest promotions and job moves in the HR profession 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.

Grace YipGrace Yip, Head of HR, Accenture Southeast Asia

Grace Yip was recently appointed the Head of HR for Accenture ASEAN.

Yip is the former chief operating officer of Group HR at DBS Bank, overseeing all areas of the group’s human capital objectives from November 2015 to September 2017.

She has 17 years of experience as a management consultant and HR practitioner. As a management consultant, she specialises in human capital solutions and has a track record of achieving business outcomes for clients, primarily financial services companies in Asia as well as Singapore’s public service.

She believes that “the best companies are those that are able to effectively leverage their talent in a volatile, uncertain and increasingly complex world we live and operate in”.

Eileen NahEileen Nah, Head, OCBC Bank Leadership Faculty, OCBC Bank

Eileen Nah has joined OCBC Bank as the head of its Leadership Faculty.

In this role, Nah will focus on four key thrusts - Leadership, Digital Customer Experience and Personal Effectiveness. The Leadership Faculty equips leaders with the competencies to lead the current and future workforce, and provides the critical knowledge and skills for all staff so that they relevant and resilient in the fast-changing work environment.

Prior to this, she was the Head of the DBS Leadership Institute, where she led the team in building an organisation-wide digital mindset and digital quotient, through the creation of new learning methodologies and innovative solutions that shape the culture and build desired behaviours.

She has 13 years’ experience in learning and development.

Benny RachmadinBenny Rachmadin, Vice President Human Capital at Home Credit Indonesia

Benny Rachmadin has taken on the role of Vice President of Human Capital at financial services company Home Credit Indonesia.

Established in 2013, Home Credit Indonesia employs over 5,000 staff in Indonesia. It mainly offers in-store financing to qualified customers looking to purchase consumer durable goods such as home appliances, electronic goods, mobile phones and furniture.

Rachmadin joins from CT Corpora, where he was the Vice President of the Synergy Division. In that role, he managed the talent acquisition for a newly-established company within the group, and also led a project to create various employee benefit programmes for all employees across the organisation.

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