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Fri, Jun 10 2016

Standard Chartered Europe CEO to depart bank

June 10 Standard Chartered PLC's Europe Chief Executive Officer Richard Holmes will leave the bank in August, according to a bank spokesman.

StanChart hires new cyber security chief from Symantec

LONDON Standard Chartered has hired former Symantec Corp executive Cheri McGuire to be its new chief information security officer, the bank said on Wednesday, as lenders globally step up efforts to combat threats to cyber security.

StanChart hires new cyber security chief from Symantec

LONDON, May 11 Standard Chartered has hired former Symantec Corp executive Cheri McGuire to be its new chief information security officer, the bank said on Wednesday, as lenders globally step up efforts to combat threats to cyber security.

UPDATE 1-Standard Chartered chairman defends staff bonuses

* 2015 bonus pool down 22 pct to $855 mln (Adds bonus pool details, result of AGM voting)

BRIEF-StanChart Q1 profit falls 59 percent

* Trading conditions in Q1 remained challenging, we continue to make good progress on our strategic objectives

MOVES-Centrum Capital names Jaspal Bindra executive chairman

April 21 Centrum Capital Ltd said it appointed Standard Chartered Bank's former Asia-Pacific CEO, Jaspal Bindra, as its executive chairman.

MOVES-Standard Chartered promotes Bagri head FIG capital markets

LONDON, April 5 (IFR) - Standard Chartered has promoted Rajan Bagri to head of FIG debt capital markets for Europe and the Americas, according to a source.

Standard Chartered is dropped, for now, from US currency case

NEW YORK A U.S. judge on Thursday dismissed Standard Chartered Plc from a class-action lawsuit accusing 16 banks of harming investors by rigging prices in the $5.3 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market.

Standard Chartered is dropped, for now, from US currency case

NEW YORK A U.S. judge on Thursday dismissed Standard Chartered Plc from a class-action lawsuit accusing 16 banks of harming investors by rigging prices in the $5.3 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market.

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