HSBC Adds Sales Distribution Role In Structured Credit

  • 12 May 2003
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Matthew Cannon, former credit product salesman for institutional clients at HSBC, has returned to his old stomping ground to work in the structured credit trading department in London. Cannon will report to Nobby Clark, head of structured credit trading in London. In this new role, he will act as the liaison between different sales distribution channels and the structured credit products group.

After leaving HSBC in 1998, Cannon worked for Tokai Bank Europe in a similar role and most recently spent three years developing an Internet-based art distributor, WorldGallery.co.uk.

 

  • 12 May 2003

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