StanChart appoints new capital markets' head
Dubai, September 20, 2012
Standard Chartered has announced the appointment of Steve Perry as head of capital markets for the Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan.
He also retains his role as the global head of project, aircraft and shipping finance syndications, a statement from the bank said.
Based in Standard Chartered’s regional headquarters in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), Perry is responsible for overseeing the regional loans syndications, debt capital markets, sovereigns and cecuritisation businesses that form an important link to the bank’s client relationship focused banking business in the region.
He is also responsible for structured finance transactions for Standard Chartered Bank in the project finance, shipping and aircraft financing sectors globally, the statement said.
Perry joined Standard Chartered in 2004 and has over 13 years experience of syndicating structured transactions in the international syndicated loans market.
The bank also announced that Salman Ansari will expand his responsibilities to assume the role of regional head of debt capital markets for the Middle East and North Africa and Pakistan.
Ansari will be responsible for driving the regional debt capital markets business as well as managing the sovereign and supranational franchise, which has grown considerably over the last two years across the Bank’s footprint, it said.
He joined Standard Chartered Bank in 2009 and has more than 12 years of experience in bond markets, having previously worked at Lehman Brothers and Nomura. – TradeArabia News Service
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