Standard Chartered has appointed Ashutosh Kumar as global head of corporate cash and trade product management. Based in Singapore, Kumar will report to George Nast, global head of product management, transaction banking. In his new role, Kumar will be responsible for delivering overall cash management and trade finance profit and loss, strategy and product development across Standard Chartered’s global network.
Kumar has over 15 years of banking experience. He was previously the bank’s global head of local corporate products and receivables management, where he was at the forefront of transforming the transaction banking product management organisation to one with a strong client segment focus. He led the commercialisation of open account trade products, and continuously innovated by developing integrated receivables and collections products.
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