Is Guyett the man to crack HSBC’s IB conundrum?

Following the retirement of Robin Phillips, HSBC’s new head of global banking is well qualified to meet the challenge that has outlasted his ex-colleague, provided he can get his head around the bank’s unique structure, writes David Rothnie.

  • By David Rothnie
  • 06 Mar 2019
In the cut-throat world of investment banking, Robin Phillips was a rare breed, sitting atop the firm’s global banking division for more than a decade, a period in which the unit has retrenched and rebuilt. Called by colleagues “a great survivor”, he outlasted three group chief executives, and ...

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