Standard Chartered does the shuffle

Musical chairs in the bankÆs global markets division.

Standard Chartered has revealed a number of job changes, mainly affecting its global markets business in Southeast Asia. Daniel Koh has been moved to Kuala Lumpur to be the head of Global Markets, Malaysia.

He was formerly the head of trading in Singapore. The former head of global markets in Malaysia, Raymond Lee has moved to become head of global markets for Thailand and the Mekong region.

Raymond Lee replaces Fred Lee in that role, Fred Lee having moved to Dubai to become the regional head of global markets for the bank's Middle Eastern and southern Africa footprint. Finally Ashish Mittal has been appointed the deputy head of global markets in Indonesia reporting to Stewart Hall, CEO and Head of Markets, Indonesia.

"These moves are in line with the Bank's commitment to grow and develop our people, as well as leverage the diversity and wealth of experience within our network," says Lee Boon Huat, Standard Chartered's Head of Global Markets for Southeast Asia, in Singapore. "At the heart of our strong client focus is remarkably talented and versatile team. Our customers can expect to benefit from their collective expertise, global perspectives and international experience."