Douglas joins Standard Chartered in global ECM role

The former Lehman banker gives up his job as CFO of a French agricultural company to return to investment banking and is joined by four more corporate finance hires.

Less than a year after he left investment banking to become chief financial officer of a French agricultural company, former Lehman Brothers banker David Douglas has been lured back to the industry with a top job at Standard Chartered. The UK-headquartered bank confirmed in a release yesterday that it has hired Douglas as global head of equity capital markets, based in Hong Kong.

The hire is part of Standard Chartered's push into the equities side of the business, which...

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