Standard Chartered has appointed Sean Wallace as group head of origination and client coverage (OCC). He will continue to be based in Singapore.
Reporting to Mike Rees, chief executive officer (CEO) of wholesale banking, Wallace will lead the bank’s OCC group, which shapes the strategy of deepening client relationships across its key markets.
Wallace succeeds V Shankar, who has been appointed the bank’s chief executive officer (CEO), Middle East, Africa, the Americas and Europe.
As group head of corporate finance, Wallace led the business in delivering record performances. For the full year 2009, corporate finance delivered 74% year-on- year growth, underpinned by the rollout of new products and geographic expansion to meet our clients’ needs.
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