Standard Chartered has named a veteran China banker to helm its global banking business for clients in Greater China and North Asia, as the Asia-focused bank seeks to boost its revenues across the region.
Andrew Au, a Hongkonger, has been appointed as Standard Chartered's regional head of global banking for Greater China and North Asia, the bank said in a statement on Wednesday. The role will encompass commercial, corporate and institutional businesses, the company said.
Au will take up his new post on January 29 and be based in Hong Kong. He will report to Singapore-based Paul Skelton, the global head of the unit.