LONDON Aug 5 Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered has appointed Mark Smith, currently at rival HSBC, as its new chief risk officer, where he will oversee credit, market and operational risk.
Standard Chartered, which is due to report second-quarter results later on Wednesday, said on Wednesday Smith will join it in January from HSBC, where he is currently chief risk officer for Europe, Middle East and Africa. He has been at HSBC or its predecessor Midland Bank since 1982.
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