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Sunil Kaushal

Regional Chief Executive Officer, Africa and Middle East

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Meet the author

Prior to his current role, Sunil held a range of senior management positions at Standard Chartered, including Chief Executive Officer, India and South Asia, Global Head of Small and Medium Enterprises and New Ventures, Head of Originations and Client Coverage, Corporate and Institutional Banking, and Head of Corporate Banking, UAE. Before joining Standard Chartered, he held various roles in investment banking, corporate finance and commercial banking, and foreign exchange at National Westminster Bank, SocGen-Crosby and American Express Bank. Sunil holds an undergraduate degree in Commerce from Bombay University and a postgraduate qualification as a chartered accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He has also taken management courses at Harvard Business School, INSEAD, University of Oxford and the London Business School.

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Why Africa needs Asia to reach its growth potential

Asia is poised to play dominant role in Africa’s future growth in the wake of Brexit

Asia is poised to play dominant role in Africa’s future growth in the wake of Brexit

Trade beyond borders | 13 Oct 2016

What the renminbi’s rise means for Africa and the Middle East

Emerging markets stand to benefit significantly from the internationalisation of China’s currency

Emerging markets stand to benefit significantly from the internationalisation of China’s currency

Trade beyond borders | 4 Jan 2016

Africa and the Middle East deserve investor attention

Despite current pressures, don’t overlook the long-term drivers of growth

Despite current pressures, don’t overlook the long-term drivers of growth

Grow your wealth | 28 Oct 2015

India and Japan: a special relationship

Why trade and investment links between India and Japan may soon be on the up

Why trade and investment links between India and Japan may soon be on the up

Trade beyond borders | 2 Jul 2015

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