INTRODUCING CHLOE CHING

Born and bred in beautiful Napier along with her two younger sisters, Chloe went to Napier Girls High School and then on to Massey University where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in social sciences.

In 1988 she left for her OE and after traveling up the West Coast of America and into Canada with her now husband, Stefan, she arrived in London for what was to be a maximum of 2 years (she was extremely homesick!), but turned in to an amazing 7 years due to being lucky enough to secure a job at Deutsche Bank managing their EMEA and APAC client events.

An opportunity arose in 2004 for Chloe to move with DB to New York, which both she and Stefan jumped at – again “for a couple of years on our way home”. 12+ years and two lovely daughters later, they are still here and thoroughly enjoying the crazy pace of New York City life.  Never in a million years growing up in sunny Hawkes Bay did Chloe ever think she would be called “Mom”!

Currently Chloe is Global Head of Events for the Wealth Management division of Deutsche Bank, and continues to run events all around the world. Most recently she hosted guests for an innovation summit in Palo Alto, a highlight of which included a tour and test drive at the Tesla Factory.

Her daughters, thanks to many long trips home to NZ since they were babies, are great travelers and particularly love heading to the warmer climes of Mexico and the Caribbean at any opportunity they can get. However they also love heading back to NZ, especially to spend Christmas with their cousins on the beach, and are very proud of their NZ heritage!

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