Article: Rajeev Srivastava joins Standard Chartered Securities Limited as CEO

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Rajeev Srivastava joins Standard Chartered Securities Limited as CEO

Srivastava said that he will look forward to driving growth of SCSL with his expertise over the banking and capital sector.
Rajeev Srivastava joins Standard Chartered Securities Limited as CEO

Standard Chartered Securities Limited has appointed Rajeev Srivastava as the CEO. He has joined SCSL from HDFC Securities. With nearly two decades of leadership roles in the capital market, he has an in-depth understanding of the key drivers for business delivery and client servicing, the official statement said.  

It further added that he also comes with a deep interest and understanding of both the distribution channels, physical as well as digital, and their interdependencies. 

Prior to HDFC he was appointed with Reliance Securities Ltd as chief business officer, leading their brokerage and distribution business. He has also worked with ICICI Bank in its private banking division. 

Commenting on the appointment of the new CEO, Zarin Daruwala, cluster chief executive, India and South Asia markets, Standard Chartered Bank said, “We welcome Rajeev Srivastava as the new CEO of SCSI, which continues to be a key pillar of our growth strategy in India. I am confident that Rajeev, with his rich experience, will take the business to new heights through enhanced product offerings, continuing focus on client servicing and greater collaboration between SCSI and the bank." 

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