Standard Chartered has shaken up the management team of its retail and Asian banking operations.
The announcement the day before its quarterly results comes as the company looks to boost revenue growth and improve profitability.
The bank is listed in London but most of its operations are in the emerging markets, with a focus on Asia and Africa.
Karen Fawcett, CEO of retail banking and group head of brand and marketing, will retire with effect from 31 December.
Ben Hung, regional CEO for greater China and north Asia, will take on the additional role as CEO of retail banking on 30 November.
Mr Hung will take over Ms Fawcett’s responsibility for leading the development of strategy and technology improvements across retail banking.
Tracey McDermott, group head of corporate, public and regulatory affairs, will assume responsibility for brand and marketing.