The UK-listed bank has announced a set of leadership and senior position changes in a number of Asian nations. The changes were made in its consumer, private and business banking businesses.
Standard Chartered has made a number of top-level leadership changes in its consumer, private and business banking unit in Asia.
Kate Lin, who is head, CPBB Taiwan, will join the global credit cards and personal loans team as global head, credit card new customer acquisition. Reporting to Manoj Piplani, global head CCPL, she will still be based in Taipei before relocating to Singapore in 2024.
Sebastian Hia, general manager, affluent coverage for onshore, Singapore, will succeed Lin as head, CPBB Taiwan. He will relocate to Taipei, reporting to Samir Subberwal, and Ian Anderson, CEO, Taiwan.
Jeffrey Tan, who is head, CPBB Indonesia, will return to Singapore. He has been appointed head, affluent coverage for onshore, Singapore, and will report to Jessie Li, head, CPBB Singapore.
Parag Dhingra, head of CCPL Hong Kong and regional head CC Greater China & North Asia, will become head, CPBB Indonesia. He will relocate to Jakarta and report to Samir Subberwal, and Andrew Chia, cluster CEO, Indonesia and ASEAN markets (Australia, Brunei & the Philippines).
Anshul Sabherwal, who is global head, credit card new customer acquisition, will be appointed head, CCPL and personal segment, Hong Kong. He will relocate to Hong Kong, reporting to Stephen Man, head, CPBB Hong Kong.
The appointments take effect from 3 April.
Standard Chartered recently announced its full-year 2022 and fourth-quarter financial results.