Standard Chartered has appointed Jeremy Bollington as the new regional head of origination and client coverage (OCC) for the Americas. He will be based in New York and report to Sean Wallace, group head of OCC, wholesale banking. The OCC group shapes the client-centric strategy of deepening client relationships across its key markets.
Bollington will lead the OCC Americas team in further deepening the bank’s client relationships and grow the business across the Americas region. He joins from HSBC Group and has over 25 years of banking experience including client coverage and segment strategies. At HSBC, he worked across its footprint including Asia-Pacific, Europe and most recently, the Americas. In his last coverage position at HSBC, Bollington ran the corporate coverage team in the Americas having previously built the consumer and retail industry team.
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