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    Organizational Structure

    Jeffrey Tan

    Portfolio Execution Group

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    Jeffrey is Director of the Portfolio Execution Group, where he oversees the Global Trading Unit, Beta and Asset Rebalancing Group, Balance Sheet Management Group, and Applied Research Unit. Together, these teams are responsible for activities that include trading, equities beta management and total portfolio rebalancing, treasury and liquidity management, as well as securities financing and collateral optimisation. Jeffrey is a member of GIC’s Investment Management Committee and Group Risk Committee.

    Jeffrey joined GIC in 1994 and established the firm’s equities trading capability in London, where he was based until his return to Singapore in 2005. He is a strong advocate of data analytics and decision science, having successfully introduced them to trading in GIC initially, before subsequently founding the independent Applied Research Unit in 2019 to drive research excellence and embed methods of decision science across all the functional activities of the Portfolio Execution Group. Prior to his current role, he served in various capacities, including as Head Trader, European Equities; Head Trader, Asian Equities; Global Co-Head, Equities Trading; Head, Applied Research; and Head, Global Trading.

    Externally, Jeffrey is a member of the APAC Steering Committee for the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA), and he serves on the Investment Committee of both Caritas Singapore and the Redemptorist Fathers Corporation, Singapore. He holds a Bachelor of Economics degree from The University of Western Australia, where he graduated with a double major in Quantitative Economics and Econometrics.

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