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StanChart shuffles CPBB unit in Asia

The Anglo-Asian lender has made multiple senior appointments to its consumer, private and business banking unit in the region.
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Standard Chartered has made several senior appointments in its consumer, private and business banking (CPBB) unit in Asia.

Kate Lin, currently head of CPBB Taiwan, will join the global credit cards and personal loans (CCPL) team as global head of credit card new customer acquisition. Lin will report to Manoj Piplani, global head of CCPL, and continue to be based in Taipei before relocating to Singapore next year.

Sebastian Hia, currently general manager for affluent coverage for onshore Singapore, will succeed Lin as head of CPBB Taiwan. He will relocate to Taipei, reporting to Samir Subberwal, head of CPBB for Asia and global head of digital business, and to Ian Anderson, CEO for Taiwan.

Meanwhile, Jeffrey Tan, currently head of CPBB Indonesia, will return to Singapore and is appointed head of affluent coverage for onshore Singapore, reporting to Jessie Li, head of CPBB Singapore.

Parag Dhingra, currently head of CCPL Hong Kong and regional head CC greater China and north Asia, will take on the role of head of CPBB for Indonesia. He will relocate to Jakarta and report to Subberwal and to Andrew Chia, cluster CEO for Indonesia and the ASEAN markets (Australia, Brunei and the Philippines

Finally, Anshul Sabherwal, currently global head of credit card new customer acquisition, will be appointed head of CCPL and personal segment for Hong Kong. He will relocate to Hong Kong, reporting to Stephen Man, head of CPBB for Hong Kong.

“Our international and highly interconnected business presents tremendous opportunities to drive synergy to deliver best-in-class expertise and solutions. To this end, the network supports the career development of our talents, allowing them to work in multiple geographies and roles across our franchise,” said Subberwal

“At the same time, our clients and business benefit from the diverse expertise and experience these talents bring with them. We wish them every success as they embark on their next journey with the Bank in new markets and new roles.”

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