A spokesperson for Standard Chartered confirmed to Finance Magnates that the company’s Global Head of FX Sales, Mark Webster, is leaving the company. He has been with the firm for a little over 4 years after joining from RBS.
Mr Webster will be dedicating his time to more personal matters and according to the spokesperson is not intending to immediately join another firm. Before joining RBS, he worked as Head of FX Sales at Bank of America Merrill Lynch for almost a decade.
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Haroon Sana will be taking over Mr Webster’s role at Standard Chartered. He joined the company as Head of Financial Markets Sales for Europe and Global Head of Rates Sales.
Mr Sana was previously employed by Deutsche Bank and Scotiabank in London. He joined Standard Chartered in April this year.
Standard Chartered provides a wide range of FX products including spot trading, FX forwards and FX options. The bank is delivering access to G10 and emerging markets currencies via traditional voice and electronic trading.