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Standard Bank appoints new Corporate and Intermediary Investment Business Development Manager


Standard Bank has appointed David Joshua to represent the Bank’s investment capabilities to corporate and intermediary clients in Jersey and Isle of Man.

Joshua joins Standard Bank from Santander Corporate Bank, where he was a Relationship Director working with offshore and onshore investment platforms. Prior to Santander, Joshua was on the graduate training programme at Fidelity and worked as a Discretionary Wealth Manager for HSBC in London. David started his career with PwC in Jersey working in the Trust industry.
Joshua will be responsible for ensuring that corporate and intermediary clients have full access to Standard Bank’s investment offering, utilising the Bank’s boutique investment management arm, Melville Douglas.  He commented: ‘The needs of corporate and trust clients are increasingly complex and global. I’m looking forward to leveraging Melville Douglas’s investment expertise and the experience of our team to provide clients with solutions and services that are tailored to their individual needs.  Standard Bank’s international perspective and African heritage enables our investment team to balance capital preservation and growth in challenging markets with the assets entrusted to us.’
Head of Standard Bank’s Corporate & Business Banking division, Mark Hucker, believes Joshua has the right experience for the role: ‘David’s background as a relationship and asset manager means he comes to us with extensive experience of meeting the needs of high net worth clients and corporates. He will be joining a highly experienced team who are passionate about delivering solutions to the most challenging client demands. David’s role will be to ensure that our client base is getting full benefit from the Melville Douglas offering.’

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