Terence Cuddyre

Terence (Tab) Cuddyre is a senior advisor with The Hawksbill Group, bringing more than 40 years of international banking experience to the firm.

Terence spent over 25 years in the Asia-Pacific region leading businesses for Citibank and Bank of America. He was senior market manager in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Korea and Thailand. He currently serves as non-executive chairman of Citibank’s business in Malaysia.

He consistently developed and executed strategies that resulted in sustainable franchise growth and improvements in returns on risk adjusted capital. In this role Terence was particularly successful in developing cross cultural teams that drew on both local and international talent pools. Regulator relations was also a personal strength.

Further, Terence has extensive corporate credit risk experience, having served as a senior regional risk manager for both Citibank and Bank of America. In this capacity he was responsible for portfolio management as well as large transaction approval across a number of Asian markets. He continues today to teach Citibankers about credit risk across Asia Pacific and the US.

During his 25 years in Asia, Terence was active in the American Chamber of Commerce, serving on the boards of Amcham in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Seoul and as President of the Chamber in Thailand. He was regularly seen as a leader of the financial services industry in the above markets.

Terence Received his BA in Business Economics from UC Santa Barbara and his MBA from the Wharton School. He and his wife now live in Hilton Head, SC.

Tab Cuddyre

Terence’s Background

  • Terence spent over 25 years in the Asia-Pacific region leading businesses for Citibank and Bank of America
  • Currently serves as non-executive chairman of Citibank’s business in Malaysia
  • Regulator relations was also a personal strength
  • Served as a senior regional risk manager for both Citibank and Bank of America
  • BA in Business Economics from UC Santa Barbara
  • MBA from the Wharton School

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