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Standard Chartered appoints CEO, Middle East, Africa, the Americas and Europe.

Standard Chartered has appointed V. Shankar as CEO, Middle East, Africa, the Americas and Europe with effect from May 1. He will be based in Dubai and becomes the BankAAEs most senior executive located in the Middle East. Reporting to Peter Sands, Group Chief Executive of Standard Chartered, Shankar will be responsible for shaping the bankAAEs strategy across the region, reflecting the continuing growth opportunities for Standard Chartered across Africa, the Middle East, the Americas and Europe. He will also be responsible for governance across these markets. In his role Shankar will replace Gareth Bullock, who will retire from the Board of Standard Chartered PLC on April 30. Shankar will also become a Director of Standard Chartered Bank with effect from May 1, whilst continuing in his existing roles as Executive Chairman of Principal Finance and Co-Chairman of the Private Bank

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Publication:The Star (Amman, Jordan)
Date:Mar 29, 2010
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