Standard Chartered hires Credit Suisse sustainability veteran for top role

Mark Battersby
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Standard Chartered has named sustainability veteran Marisa Drew as Chief Sustainability Officer, with effect from 1 July. Drew joins from Credit Suisse, where she held a similar role, and is a prominent member of various industry bodies linked to sustainability issues, including the Milken Institute Center for Strategic Philanthropy. At StanChart, Drew will oversee the bank's efforts to reach net-zero carbon emissions across its loan book and report to Simon Cooper, chief executive of Corporate, Commercial & Institutional Banking (CCIB). Drew will also join the CCIB Management Team...

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