Taipan House on Middle Gap Road was bought by HSBC in 1983 as a home for its senior executives and chairmen. Photo: Handout Taipan House on Middle Gap Road was bought by HSBC in 1983 as a home for its senior executives and chairmen. Photo: Handout
Taipan House on Middle Gap Road was bought by HSBC in 1983 as a home for its senior executives and chairmen. Photo: Handout

Iconic Taipan House eludes executives succeeding Peter Wong at HSBC

  • Colonial era home on The Peak has since 1983 been the home of bank’s senior executives, who are referred to as taipans or ‘big boss’ in Mandarin and Cantonese
  • Peter Wong, who has become the bank’s non-executive chairman with immediate effect, will continue to occupy the property

Topic |   Banking & Finance
Taipan House on Middle Gap Road was bought by HSBC in 1983 as a home for its senior executives and chairmen. Photo: Handout Taipan House on Middle Gap Road was bought by HSBC in 1983 as a home for its senior executives and chairmen. Photo: Handout
Taipan House on Middle Gap Road was bought by HSBC in 1983 as a home for its senior executives and chairmen. Photo: Handout
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