Standard Chartered capital markets exec dies in car crash


Sad to report.

Bloomberg News reports that Warren Lee, head of capital markets solutions at Standard Chartered in Hong Kong, died along with two family members in a car crash in New Zealand. He was 53.

Lee, 52-year-old Aesoon Lee and their daughter Julia Lee, 20, were killed when their car crashed near the North Island town of Tokoroa on Tuesday, New Zealand Police said in a statement. 

Standard Chartered said in an e-mailed statement Friday: 'We are deeply saddened by the loss of Warren Lee. We have already reached out to his family to offer assistance and support. The bank will provide counselling services to staff members as appropriate'.

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Warren Lee, Standard Chartered Executive, Dies in Crash

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