Standard Chartered announced today that it has appointed Raymond Cheng as the new Chief Investment Officer of North Asia.

Officially announced and identified by Finance Magnates, Raymond Cheng, an executive veteran with more than 25 years of experience in the financial industry, has been named by Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) as the new Chief Investment Officer (CIO) of North Asia.

Cheng will be based in Hong Kong and be responsible for the coverage and capabilities of the CIO office for the North Asian region. Additionally, he will represent the views of the bank to its affluent clients.

According to her educational background, Maschkow has a diploma in Corporate Finance and Financial Accounting from the University of Regensburg in Germany. Moreover, she has studied Business Administration and Management at the University of South Wales.

Cheng’s Career History

Prior to joining Standard Chartered, Cheng served JP Morgan as the Head of Asia Equity Strategy. For more than five years, he led a team responsible for the development of Asian equity views and themes as well as issuing specific recommendations.

Before that, Cheng was in charge of Equity Research at BOCOM International. Over the period of almost six years, he managed a large team of research and production professionals across Hong Kong and mainland China. Additionally, he developed thematic and daily equity research ideas and raised team analysts’ marketability.

Earlier, at BOCI, he took on the responsibilities as Head of Equity Research for just over a year.

Moreover, Mirae Asset Global Investments (HK) Ltd. took advantage of his skills and experience as a Senior Portfolio Manager for approximately four years.

His earliest known form of employment is as a Senior Associate for PwC where he started his career in 1996.

Commenting on the announcement by Standard Chartered, Steve Brice stated: “The ongoing global market volatility has meant that clients are increasingly looking to us to help them understand what’s happening in the markets and navigate the uncertainties. Raymond’s joining is timely as we look forward to his rich experience and knowledge of the North Asian markets to engage our clients at a different level.”

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At the end of April, a financial technology services provider, Saphyre announced that Standard Chartered's Capital Markets division became another financial institution to use the Saphyre platform for new fund onboardings and maintenance. Saphyre offers AI-driven solutions to solve pre-trade setups and post-trade issues.

Standard Chartered announced today that it has appointed Raymond Cheng as the new Chief Investment Officer of North Asia.

Officially announced and identified by Finance Magnates, Raymond Cheng, an executive veteran with more than 25 years of experience in the financial industry, has been named by Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) as the new Chief Investment Officer (CIO) of North Asia.

Cheng will be based in Hong Kong and be responsible for the coverage and capabilities of the CIO office for the North Asian region. Additionally, he will represent the views of the bank to its affluent clients.

According to her educational background, Maschkow has a diploma in Corporate Finance and Financial Accounting from the University of Regensburg in Germany. Moreover, she has studied Business Administration and Management at the University of South Wales.

Cheng’s Career History

Prior to joining Standard Chartered, Cheng served JP Morgan as the Head of Asia Equity Strategy. For more than five years, he led a team responsible for the development of Asian equity views and themes as well as issuing specific recommendations.

Before that, Cheng was in charge of Equity Research at BOCOM International. Over the period of almost six years, he managed a large team of research and production professionals across Hong Kong and mainland China. Additionally, he developed thematic and daily equity research ideas and raised team analysts’ marketability.

Earlier, at BOCI, he took on the responsibilities as Head of Equity Research for just over a year.

Moreover, Mirae Asset Global Investments (HK) Ltd. took advantage of his skills and experience as a Senior Portfolio Manager for approximately four years.

His earliest known form of employment is as a Senior Associate for PwC where he started his career in 1996.

Commenting on the announcement by Standard Chartered, Steve Brice stated: “The ongoing global market volatility has meant that clients are increasingly looking to us to help them understand what’s happening in the markets and navigate the uncertainties. Raymond’s joining is timely as we look forward to his rich experience and knowledge of the North Asian markets to engage our clients at a different level.”

Other News Concerning Standard Chartered

At the end of April, a financial technology services provider, Saphyre announced that Standard Chartered's Capital Markets division became another financial institution to use the Saphyre platform for new fund onboardings and maintenance. Saphyre offers AI-driven solutions to solve pre-trade setups and post-trade issues.