Sharon Tan has been appointed to the new role of senior vice president, structured trade finance, trade and supply chain for HSBC. Based in Singapore, Tan will be responsible for further development of the structured trade finance business, deals generation and executing strategic initiatives to grow the business in Singapore as well as Asia-Pacific. She joins HSBC from Standard Chartered Bank where she held a sales position in its structure trade finance business for South East Asia. During her tenure, she concluded a number of new structured trade finance deals. At HSBC Singapore, Tan reports to Jonathan Speight, head of trade and supply chain, Singapore. In her regional role, she reports to Michael Lim, head of structured trade finance, Asia Pacific.
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