Nuno Matos (left), HSBC’s global CEO of wealth and personal banking, and Greg Hingston (right), Asia-Pacific regional head of wealth and personal banking, at HSBC’s main building in Central. Photo: Winson Wong
Nuno Matos (left), HSBC’s global CEO of wealth and personal banking, and Greg Hingston (right), Asia-Pacific regional head of wealth and personal banking, at HSBC’s main building in Central. Photo: Winson Wong

exclusive | HSBC accelerates China hiring as part of Asia push, global wealth CEO says

  • HSBC has hired 400 client-facing personnel for its Pinnacle venture in China this year
  • Bank is betting big in rising affluence in Asia, with US$3.5 billion investment

Topic |   Banking & finance
Nuno Matos (left), HSBC’s global CEO of wealth and personal banking, and Greg Hingston (right), Asia-Pacific regional head of wealth and personal banking, at HSBC’s main building in Central. Photo: Winson Wong
Nuno Matos (left), HSBC’s global CEO of wealth and personal banking, and Greg Hingston (right), Asia-Pacific regional head of wealth and personal banking, at HSBC’s main building in Central. Photo: Winson Wong
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