Sullivan enters Standard Chartered's HK scrum

Named to the new position of deputy chief executive officer and general manager for Hong Kong.

Standard Chartered has appointed international banking industry veteran and former Australian rugby captain, Peter Sullivan, to a newly created position of deputy CEO and general manager for Hong Kong. He moves to the Territory from London and will report directly to Peter Wong, Standard Chartered's executive director and CEO.

Sullivan will supervise the heads of global markets, consumer and wholesale banking for Hong Kong and will also have day-to-day responsibility for the bank's local business. Standard Chartered says this will allow Wong to focus more of his attention on the bank's Greater China strategy.

Sullivan first joined Standard Chartered in 1995 and has held a number...

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