Standard Chartered appoints Jessie Li as head of consumer, private, business banking
Li served as Hang Seng Bank China deputy chief executive and head of retail banking and wealth.
Standard Chartered (SC) appointed Jessie Li as head of consumer banking, private, and business banking (CPBB), Singapore, effective 1 April.
Li will be responsible for executing strategy and building SC’s business in Singapore, with a focus on accelerating digital, driving wealth management and affluent client growth, ramping up international banking, and strengthening client experience, the bank said in a press release.
She has over 30 years of banking experience covering assets, liabilities, credit cards, wealth management, risk and distribution management.
She notably served as deputy chief executive and head of retail banking and wealth management with Hang Seng Bank (China) Limited. Li has also held a number of senior positions in HSBC, AIG and AIA.
Li started her career as a management associate with Citibank, and was with jining Standard Chartered Hong Kong from 1993 to 2000. She re-joined Standard Chartered in 2019 as head of CPBB, China, and deputy chief executive, Standard Chartered Bank China.
Based in Singapore, she will report to Samir Subberwal, head of CPBB, Asia, and Patrick Lee, Cluster CEO, Singapore & ASEAN Markets. Jessie will also join the bank’s Singapore Country Management Team.