HSBC loses Apac ECM co-head after team rejig

HSBC’s co-head of equity capital markets for Asia Pacific, Alexis Adamczyk, is set to leave the bank this week after it decided to coalesce the team under a single leader, according to a source familiar with the matter.

  • By Jonathan Breen
  • 21 Mar 2019

Adamczyk was asked to leave and will vacate his position on Friday, according to the source. The nearly 14 year veteran of HSBC had led the ECM team with co-head Chito Jeyarajah, who joined the bank from Goldman Sachs in mid-2017.

Jeyarajah will take over sole leadership of ECM, ...

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