The last time I met Seck Wai Kwong nearly two decades ago, he was a rare home-grown star hire at DBS Group, which had just been handed to JP Morgan greybeard John Olds as Singapore brought in foreign talent to up its banking game.
Caught in the swirling Asian financial crisis, Singapore at the time was an efficient but sanitised - some would say, sleepy - financial centre.
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