Guyett embraces pragmatism with corporate finance push

HSBC’s new global banking boss has quietly redesigned the division and fleshed out a cohesive corporate finance strategy that plays to its strengths, writes David Rothnie.

  • By David Rothnie
  • 25 Jul 2019
HSBC’s investment banking business has endured an eventful couple of years following the controversial reign of Matthew Westerman, the former Goldman Sachs banker who put HSBC on course to build a mainstream corporate and investment bank by moving fast and breaking things. That reign ended in ...

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