Logistics analyst Trubri Nguyen will be the first to go global when he is set to start working for a logistics consultancy firm in Hong Kong in the coming weeks.
The 26-year-old, who worked as a logistics analyst for the World Bank, was selected by the firm to start the position, he told ET.
The Singaporean-born Nguyen has been working for the firm since March last year and will be working on a number of projects related to logistics.
He will also be working in the logistics analytics segment, according to a statement from the firm.
The Logistics Industry Council (LIC) said Trub, who has an MBA in finance, will start his new job in July.
He will be joining the firm from the Singapore-based firm Logistics Group and will join the Singapore office in early September, it said in a statement.
In August, Trub was appointed to the International Finance Corporation (IFC) as the group’s new head of the organisation’s international development initiatives.
In September last year, Trabu became the first Indian to be appointed as the head of IFC’s International Finance Group.
The group is responsible for managing the global financial services sector.