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Company Overview of Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited

Company Overview

Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited, together with its subsidiaries, provides banking and related financial services in Hong Kong. The company’s personal banking services include savings, current, time deposit, and foreign currency savings and time deposit accounts, as well as Renminbi and payroll services; personal loans, such as personal installment loans, revolving cash cards, and personal line of credit; credit cards; mortgages; investment products and services comprising investment fund, securities, premium deposit, equity-linked investment, debt securities, foreign exchange trading, and wealth financing; retirement services, such as standard chartered provident and MPF plans; a...

4–4A Des Voeux Road

32nd Floor

Central,  

Hong Kong

Founded in 1859

Key Executives for Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Age: 58
Chief Operating Officer
Non Executive Director and Chief Executive of the Standard Chartered Bank - Asian Region
Age: 53
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer for Greater China - Standard Chartered Plc
Age: 49
Group Chief Executive of Standard Chartered Plc
Age: 52
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited Key Developments

Standard Chartered Bank Reports Earnings Results for the Year 2014

Standard Chartered bank reported earnings results for the year 2014. The company's net profit fell 37% in 2014, the second consecutive year of decline, almost a week after announcing two of its top bosses would leave in a reshuffle aimed at transforming its fortunes. Net profit came in at $2.51 billion for the year, down from $3.99 billion in 2013. Operating income fell 2% year-on-year to $18.23 billion while profit before tax stood at $5.19 billion, down 25% from 2013.

Standard Chartered Bank Hong Kong Limited Appoints Woody Chan as Head of Financial Markets for Hong Kong

Standard Chartered Bank Hong Kong Limited has announced that it has appointed Woody Chan from China Citic Bank International as head of financial markets for Hong Kong, effective immediately. Chan succeeds John Tan, who became chief executive officer for Taiwan on April 1. Chan will manage the financial markets business in Hong Kong, including foreign exchange, equities, commodities, rates and credit, as well as capital markets. Chan, who has 30 years of experience in treasury, was treasurer and head of treasury and markets at China Citic Bank. He has also worked at HSBC and Dah Sing Bank. At Standard Chartered, Chan will report to May Tan, chief executive officer for Hong Kong, and Gene Kim, regional head of financial markets for Greater China and Northeast Asia.

Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited expected to report Fiscal Year 2014 results on March 5, 2015. This event was calculated by Capital IQ (Created on October 10, 2014).

Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited expected to report Fiscal Year 2014 results on March 5, 2015. This event was calculated by Capital IQ (Created on October 10, 2014).

Recent Private Companies Transactions

Type
Date
Target
Merger/Acquisition
December 16, 2014
PrimeCredit Limited and Shenzhen Prime Credit Limited
 

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