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Standard Chartered appoints Samrat Khosla as Head – Wealth Management, India

KOLKATA: Standard Chartered Bank, India has announced the appointment of Samrat Khosla as its new Head of Wealth Management (WM) effective February 1, 2020. Khosla will take over from Nitin Singh, who has decided to leave the Bank to pursue other opportunities.

Samrat Khosla, who will relocate to India, brings to the role a wide experience gained over his career in distribution, products and wealth management. He joined the Bank in 2003 and worked in various roles across Retail Banking and WM before relocating to Singapore to join the Bank’s Group WM team in 2010.

Most recently, as Head of Life Insurance, he has been instrumental in leading the exclusive strategic partnership with Prudential. He has played a pivotal role in transforming the strategic life insurance product agenda.

In his new role, Khosla will report to Zarin Daruwala, India, CEO and Sumeet Bhambri, Regional Head, WM, ASEAN & South Asia and Head WM, Singapore.

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