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Press Release
Published October 02, 2017
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Standard Chartered appoints Mikhail Brovman as global head, technology, financial markets

Date: October 02, 2017
Categories: FX market, Markets Exchanges, technology, Transaction Banking
Keywords: Standard Chartered, technology, financial markets


Mikhail Brovman has joined Standard Chartered as Global Head, Technology, Financial Markets on 2nd October. He is based in Singapore and reports to Dr Michael Gorriz, who is Group Chief Information Officer and interim Chief Information Officer, Corporate & Institutional Banking.

Mikhail joins us from CLS, where he was a product management consultant. Prior to that, he was Chief Technology Officer of Project Edison, a prospective joint investment by Credit Suisse and a private equity investor in a new, un-consolidated broker/dealer trading platform in rates products. He was previously the Global Head (CTO) of CDSClear, where he was responsible for all IT aspects of CDSClear’s business, including expansion into US markets, SEF connectivity and Risk platform optimisation. He has also held senior IT leadership positions at UBS, Morgan Stanley and Barclays Capital where he delivered change programmes and integrated business solutions in Capital Markets and Investment Management.

In his new role, Mikhail will be responsible for the entire technology value chain for Financial Markets (FM), working closely with other parts of ITO to ensure that it is run end to end. His remit will include the delivery of a seamless client experience based on efficient processing, the support of FM architecture and the delivery of a robust control environment. Mikhail will be a member of the FM Management team.

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