Standard Chartered Bank has unveiled Tony Hall as its new global head of macro trading, financial markets. Based in Singapore, he will report to Roberto Hoornweg, global head, financial markets.
Hall brings to StanChart close to 25 years of global experience in the currency markets, including more than 18 years in Singapore, where he was most recently the head of FX, rates and credit for Asia Pacific at UBS. He began his career with UBS in 1995 as an FX derivatives floor trader on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and held various leadership positions in the organisation, including global head of FX and precious metal derivatives trading from 2008 to 2014.
In his new role, StanChart says Hall will lead its global FX, FX options and rates trading businesses to further build on the bank’s capabilities and deliver its ambition to become the leading bank in emerging markets.