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Foreign Exchange

Standard Chartered loses market veteran as its US head of cross-asset sales

Christiane Mandell, the North American head of institutional cross-asset sales at Standard Chartered, has left the firm, a spokesperson for the bank has confirmed.

Mandell joined Standard Chartered’s New York office in November 2010 in a newly created role where she was responsible for sales of foreign exchange, rates, commodities and credit, across all financial institutions in the US, Canada and Latin America. Mandell, a market veteran with more than 20 years’ experience in the FX markets, joined Standard Chartered from Royal Bank of Scotland, where she was head of global banking and markets for Latin America and Canada, having originally joined in September 2008 as head of FX for the Americas.

Before RBS, Mandell was global head of FX at Bank of America, where she held a variety of senior roles during her 18-year tenure, including head of institutional fixed income sales, and head of e-commerce for the corporate and investment bank.

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