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Editorial Staff, 13 May 2022

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Prior to her latest role at the bank, she was head of GrabInvest at Singapore-based Grab, the ride-hailing, technology and payments firm.

Standard Chartered Bank’s global head of managed investments Chandrima Das is leaving the lender, this publication can confirm. 

Das, who had gone back to the UK-listed bank in April 2021 to head up its discretionary portfolio management business  embarked on a banking career at Standard Chartered in 1999.

Prior to her latest role at the bank, she was head of GrabInvest at Singapore-based Grab, the ride-hailing, technology and payments firm. From 2016 to 2020 she was CEO at Bento, a robo-advisor which she founded and Grab eventually bought. Das also worked at Bank of Singapore, as MD, head of managed investment sales and advisory, from 2011 to 2015, according to her public profile on LinkedIn. 

A spokesperson for Standard Chartered confirmed to WealthBriefingAsia that Das has resigned from the bank. 

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