Singapore-based Sing Fuels on Monday announced Ulrich Hyldedahl Rasmussen as Credit Manager with immediate effect.
He will be based in Singapore and will head the Credit Team globally.
“Ulrich is a knowledgeable Credit Manager with broad, international experience in the oil, gas, commodity and maritime sectors,” says a note from Sing Fuels.
“Possessing a keen understanding of global development and macroeconomic factors, he utilises them to develop sound credit strategies and structures that are in line with corporate credit policies and strategic goals.
“With numerous years of experience providing reliable credit management in a rapidly changing environment, Ulrich is also skilled in building and maintaining strategic partnerships and leveraging proactive cooperation to position the company in the market.”
Rasmussen’s contact details are as follows:
Name: Ulrich Hyldedahl Rasmussen
Title: Credit Manager
Direct: +65 6420 0408
Mobile : +65 9388 9515
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Photo credit: Sing Fuels
Published: 5 November, 2018
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