Standard Chartered appoints Kahina van Dyke to key role in CCIB division

Maria Nikolova

Kahina van Dyke joins Standard Chartered’s Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking division as Global Head, Digital Channels and Client Data Analytics.

Standard Chartered today announces the appointment of Kahina van Dyke as Global Head, Digital Channels and Client Data Analytics of the bank’s Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking division (CCIB) division.

Ms van Dyke joins from Ripple, the blockchain-based enterprise payments company, where she was Senior Vice President, Business & Corporate Development. She was previously Global Director, Financial Services and Payments at Facebook, and previously spent several years at Mastercard and Citigroup.

Standard Chartered’s CCIB division focuses on the world’s largest corporates, financial institutions and investors, connecting them to each other’s ecosystems and providing advice, access and financing to dynamic the markets of Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

Based in Singapore, Kahina van Dyke will report to Simon Cooper, and be a member of the CCIB management team.

Simon Cooper, Chief Executive, CCIB at Standard Chartered, said: “Kahina is joining my team at a pivotal time in our development. We have achieved a number of successes with clients, at times developing our own platforms and at others forging partnerships with fintechs, and we’re not standing still – this is a statement of intent. Kahina will spearhead a talented team in taking our data analytics and channel capabilities to the next level as we continuously seek to deliver the best client experience.”

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