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HSBC Holdings PLC (0005.HK)

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18 Jul 2018
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Wed, Jul 11 2018

MOVES- MUFG, B. Riley Financial, HSBC

July 11 The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Wednesday. To inform us of other job changes, email moves@thomsonreuters.com.

MOVES-HSBC appoints Alexander Glawe as managing director

July 11 HSBC Holdings Plc said on Wednesday it had named Alexander Glawe managing director, head of Northern Europe Financial Sponsors, effective December.

CORRECTED-HSBC hires Salsano as head of German corporate and institutional business

FRANKFURT, July 3 HSBC said on Tuesday it has hired Nicolo Salsano to lead its corporate and institutional client business in Germany.

RBS's Stevenson to become finance chief at HSBC

LONDON Ewen Stevenson, currently chief financial officer of the Royal Bank of Scotland, is to become finance director of Britain's HSBC, HSBC said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-RBS's Stevenson to become finance chief at HSBC

LONDON, June 25 Ewen Stevenson, currently chief financial officer of the Royal Bank of Scotland, is to become finance director of Britain's HSBC, HSBC said on Monday.

HSBC to invest $15-17 billion by 2020 in push for growth

LONDON HSBC will invest $15-17 billion in the next three years in areas including technology and China as it swings from a strategy of cost-cutting to growth, new CEO John Flint said on Monday, while keeping profitability and dividend targets little changed.

UPDATE 2-HSBC to invest $15-17 bln by 2020 in push for growth

* Struggling U.S. unit to push into riskier unsecured lending

HSBC to invest $15-17 bln as strategy swings from shrink to grow

LONDON, June 11 HSBC will invest $15-17 billion in areas including technology and its core Asian markets of Hong Kong and China as it swings from a strategy of cost-cutting to growth, new Chief Executive John Flint said on Monday.

Ex-HSBC banker Westerman and Greek tycoon launch investment firm

LONDON Former senior Goldman Sachs and HSBC banker Matthew Westerman is launching a private investment firm alongside a former colleague and a Greek shipping tycoon, he said on Friday.

Ex-HSBC banker Westerman and Greek tycoon launch investment firm

* MW&L Capital Partners to target financials, energy, shipping

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