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Senior banker joins Lilly's board

Jackson Tai is former CEO of the Asian financial firm DBS

Lilly Jackson TaiLilly has tapped the financial sector for the appointment of Jackson Tai, who will join the company's board on November 1.

Tai's experience in banking includes serving as vice chairman and CEO of the major Asian financial firm DBS from 2002 to 2007. He also previously served as chief financial officer and chief operating officer at DBS, joining the company in 1999.

His current roles include director positions at the Bank of China, Singapore Airlines and MasterCard.

In addition to his rich financial experience, Lilly will also be looking to benefit from Tai's knowledge of one of the company's key regions for growth.

“Having lived and worked in Japan and Singapore for almost 15 years, Jack has a deep understanding of the Asia-Pacific region that will be particularly helpful as our business in Asia continues to grow,” said Dr John Lechleiter, chairman, president and CEO of Lilly.

Prior to joining DBS, Tai was an investment banker for 25 years at JP Morgan. During this time, he served as senior regional officer and head of investment banking for Asia Pacific.

24th October 2013

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