Deutsche Bank, which runs Europe’s largest investment bank, nominated Standard Chartered’s former Finance Director Richard Meddings to join its supervisory board.
With a banking heritage spanning more than 150 years, Standard Chartered has developed extensive global reach and a strong position in emerging markets and new trade corridors.
George Osborne has received a new warning about the potential impact of his new tax on banks amid concerns it will impede new entrants to the sector.
Giacomo Ciampolini, the head of European block trades at Goldman Sachs, is leaving to join Citigroup, according to an internal Citigroup memo.
The bank has already cut about 4,000 jobs so far this year.
Months after his ouster as CEO of Standard Chartered, Peter Sands is setting up a bookstore in the same district as London’s Arsenal soccer stadium.
Bill O’Donnell, head of U.S. government-bond strategy at RBS Securities in Stamford, Connecticut, has left the bank.
Standard Chartered bank is pulling out of a vast coal mining project in Australia that critics say threatens endangered species and could wreck international efforts to contain global warming.
Standard Chartered will keep its headquarters in the UK, new chief executive Bill Winters said, as he praised the bank tax changes in last month's emergency Budget.
The new boss of Standard Chartered has halved its dividend and attempted to quash speculation that the emerging markets focused bank is to move its headquarters out of London.
Bill Winters will probably bring little cheer to investors when he reports his first earnings since taking the helm of Standard Chartered, with analysts forecasting a capital gap of as much as $10bn.
Standard Chartered has awarded its new boss Bill Winters £6.7m in shares, the bulk of which is intended to compensate him for quitting the hedge fund he was previously running.
Standard Chartered was still reviewing if some of its clients were Iranian or Iran-connected entities in 2013, the Financial Times said, saying it had identified transactions that could put the bank at risk of more U.S. penalties.
Standard Chartered is working with an executive search firm to find an external candidate to replace Mark Dowie to head its corporate and institutional business as part of Chief Executive Officer Bill Winter’s management overhaul, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.