Standard Chartered has appointed Gautam Jain as the new global head of client access for transaction banking. He will be based in Singapore and will be a member of the bank’s transaction banking leadership team, reporting to Karen Fawcett, group head of transaction banking, wholesale banking.
Jain will be responsible for driving client access strategy across the bank. He will also lead the channel management and network management teams and work with the bank’s global head of service and solution delivery, who will oversee the bank’s transaction banking services and solution delivery teams. The latter role will be announced shortly.
Jain brings with him 17 years of experience in managing technology, business and audit functions including product and programme management as well as large multicultural teams and end users. He has held various leadership positions with Barclays Bank, HSBC and Citibank. Prior to joining Standard Chartered Bank, he was the head of IT for global commercial products for Barclays Bank in London.
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