Standard Chartered appoints capital markets chief

Levitt, who previously spent eight years as managing director and head of Asian and Middle East fixed income at the bank, will oversee Standard Chartered’s fixed income, asset-backed securitisation, loan syndications, credit derivatives and convertible bonds operations.

He said he intended to push the bank’s debt business forward to provide issuers and investors with a more comprehensive range of products. Worth left the bank in December to pursue other projects, according to Standard Chartered.

Anton Martin, formerly Standard Chartered’s Hong Kong-based global head for distribution, has joined Levitt’s team as head of global investor sales in capital markets at the Singapore office.

He will be responsible for the distribution of the bank’s products including foreign exchange, bonds and asset-backed securities, and will report directly to Levitt.

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