Standard Chartered Bank has appointed Richard Jaggard head of transaction banking, Europe, with responsibility for the bank’s cash management, trade finance and securities services in the region.
Jaggard will be based in London, having formerly worked in Hong Kong for seven years at HSBC, as head of sales for global payments and cash management, Asia-Pacific before joining Standard Chartered.
The bank said that Jaggard has over 25 years of experience gained in treasury and finance roles within multinational corporates, as well as transaction banking sales in leading financial institutions. His work included managing a global treasury for an FTSE100 UK company, setting up and operating a regional treasury centre for a blue chip US multinational in Europe, and establishing both a cash management consultancy and a treasury outsourcing business in Europe for a major US bank.
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