BH Chung, Standard Chartered’s head of structured finance for North East Asia and Greater China, has left. Chung says details of his next move aren’t clear yet.
Hong Kong-based Chung was with Stan Chart for 14 years, according to his LinkedIn profile. He specialised in structured finance fields such as shipping and aviation finance, asset acquisition finance, principal investment, alternative investment, and total return swaps, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Chung started his career in 1996 at Bloomberg in Hong Kong in a sales role covering financial markets, news and commodities. He left in 2001 to spend about a year working in project management and fund raising for SK Hynix, the Korean memory chip and semiconductor giant.
In 2002, Chung landed his first job in the banking sector, as a director of acquisition finance and structured finance at Macquarie Group in Korea. He worked at the Australian bank for four years, focused on leveraged lease and securitisation, structured finance, and principal investment.
Chung isn’t the only structured finance banker to leave Standard Chartered this year. Lyndon Hsu, its Singapore-based global head of leveraged and structured solutions (LSS) departed in January. He was replaced in June by Stan Chart veteran Surya Bagchi.
LSS is responsible for originating, structuring and executing financing for acquisitions, and other bespoke and structured debt, across the capital structure, for corporate, commercial and financial institution clients of the bank.
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