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Leadership in the Emerging Markets

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80% of the word’s population live in the emerging markets. These are the markets that will experience double digit growth over the next few years. These are the markets that are seeing unparalleled entrepreneurial growth. These are the markets where we are partnering with Apple to pioneer innovation way beyond what more mature markets are doing. These are the markets we call home.

As you step onto the first rung on your career ladder, think about the footprint you leave behind. A team of senior directors from Standard Chartered would like to meet you to talk about the difference we are making in the markets we operate in, and the difference that you could make.

We want to talk about leadership in the emerging markets, to you, the next generation of emerging leaders.

If you are in your final Undergraduate year or hold a Master’s degree and are passionate about working in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, then join us at our upcoming session:

When: 23rd November, 2011

Where: Fitzwilliam Museum

Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Sanjeeb Chaudhuri, Regional Head of our Consumer Bank, South Asia, will be kicking off the session. Sanjeeb frequently lectures at Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge and drives our most profitable region. We are truly privileged to have him at this session.

Our Group Head of Strategy, Duncan Woods who is a Cambridge alumni, will also be at this session. Duncan joined the bank in 2008 and provides strategic advice and execution support across our footprint in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

If you are interested in attending this event, please email us at

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