Mitsubishi’s financial arm appoints new HR head

Peggy Mo has over 20 years of HR leadership experience in the sector

Mitsubishi’s financial arm appoints new HR head

Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc.’s subsidiary, MUFG Bank (China) has hired Peggy Mo as its country head of HR.

Mo joined the bank on October 10 and has over 20 years of HR leadership experience, most recent being chief HR officer at AXA China.

As MUFG’s head of HR for China, she will oversee the country’s overall people strategy and tap on her extensive experience in the international financial services sector to drive growth as the bank embarks on their next stage of growth.

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Prior to this, Mo had served in Citibank China for eight years. Her last role there had been the head of HR Generalist of Institution & Corporate Group, China Commercial Banking and Global Functions. She had also been in HSBC China covering various roles in the HR function for seven years.

In her previous roles, she was always key in aligning the company's people strategy with their business goals.

It is an honour to join MUFG, an organisation renowned not just for its global network but deep presence in Asia,” Mo said.

“The banks vision for its franchise in China includes a steadfast commitment to developing a strong organisational culture that nurtures talented, motivated teams that not only support its business aspirations, but contribute to the growing pool of local finance professionals within the country.

“I look forward to contributing to MUFGs people talent journey in China.”

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MUFG is one of the largest foreign banks in China, with presence across 20 markets including Southeast Asia, India, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand.

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