Standard Chartered Bank appoints Mohanty as CFO

Standard Chartered Bank has announced the appointment of a new chief financial officer to work specifically across its retail banking sector.

Former chief financial adviser of retail products, Subhradeep Mohanty, is moving across Standard Chartered to the Singapore-based position of chief financial adviser, retail banking.

Mohanty began his career with ICICI Bank and has since held various banking positions in India, Singapore and the United States. Mohanty joined Standard Chartered in April 2014 after a four year tenure with JP Morgan. Prior to that, he held four separate positions across business analysis and credit with the American Express between 2003 and 2010.





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