Standard Chartered hires ex-Deutsche exec

Asia_globeStandard Chartered has appointed Ying-Ying Tan as regional head for securities services, covering nine Asian countries. Tan joins from Deutsche Bank, where she was head of securities services for the Asia-Pacific region. She was replaced in her previous role by Anand Rengarajan. Margaret Harwood-Jones, global head, securities services, transaction banking, said Tan's “knowledge, expertise and track record in the region will deliver new value to our clients and to our teams”. Based in Singapore, Tan will cover the ASEAN [Association of Southeast Asian Nations] and South Asian countries. She will oversee sales, implementation, client management and technology for the bank's securities services. ©2017 funds global asia

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