HSBC’s main building in Central in Hong Kong. The bank is splitting leadership of its global banking segment in Asia-Pacific between two executives. Photo: May Tse HSBC’s main building in Central in Hong Kong. The bank is splitting leadership of its global banking segment in Asia-Pacific between two executives. Photo: May Tse
HSBC’s main building in Central in Hong Kong. The bank is splitting leadership of its global banking segment in Asia-Pacific between two executives. Photo: May Tse

HSBC to split Asia-Pacific global banking role between two executives

  • Stuart Lea, Dai Kitamura are set to serve as co-heads of global banking coverage in the region
  • Appointments come as David Liao, former head of global banking for Asia-Pacific, moves into co-CEO role for the region

Topic |   Banking & Finance
HSBC’s main building in Central in Hong Kong. The bank is splitting leadership of its global banking segment in Asia-Pacific between two executives. Photo: May Tse HSBC’s main building in Central in Hong Kong. The bank is splitting leadership of its global banking segment in Asia-Pacific between two executives. Photo: May Tse
HSBC’s main building in Central in Hong Kong. The bank is splitting leadership of its global banking segment in Asia-Pacific between two executives. Photo: May Tse
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