Armstrong quits SCB, replacement named
Regional - Elizabeth Armstrong (pictured), global head of marketing, Wholesale Banking at Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) has quit the company after over a decade and is replaced by Amanda Houlihan, sources told Marketing.
Armstrong had been with the bank since 2001, and spent more than 12 years working in Asia. She has two decades of experience spanning marketing and communication, predominantly in the financial services industry.
According to sources close to the development, Houlihan starts in her new role on 1 June this year.
Houlihan is currently the head of strategic brand development at SCB and was previously the head of Transactional Branding.
In her over two decades long career, she has also had stints with Nortel as head of marketing Asia, Middle East & Africa and as marketing leader, Enterprise, ANZ & Emerging Markets.
When contacted, SCB declined to comment on the development.
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