StanChart rings changes as HK CEO retires

Greater China and North Asia retail banking chief Mary Huen takes over from May Tan, who is retiring. The bank's Taiwan CEO will also step up to a regional markets role.

Standard Chartered is making a series of senior appointments in its Greater China and North Asia team as its Hong Kong chief executive officer retires.

Mary Huen, a 25-year StanChart veteran, will take over from Hong Kong CEO May Tan, the bank said in a press release on Wednesday. The changes take effect on March 1, and all the staff affected are based in Hong Kong.

Huen had been head of the retail business for Greater China and North Asia since 2015. She reports to Benjamin Hung, regional CEO.

Hung expressed confidence Huen would take our Hong Kong business to new heights...

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