Published by FinNews Asia – Sunday 28th August 2016
Standard Chartered’s head of Swiss private banking is set to depart after the bank shut down the unit last year, a source familiar with the matter told finews.asia. The British bank’s brand will disappear from the Geneva banking landscape next month. The trust business is going to be centralized in Singapore.
Mark Hirst,Standard Chartered’s head of private banking in Switzerland, will leave the bank towards year-end, a source familiar with his plans told finews.asia. His boss, Jeremy Parrish, had preceded him, defecting for Julius Baer in June.