HSBC’s Doody relocates to spearhead US push

The co-head of HSBC’s global capital markets business is moving to New York as the bank looks to win more market share in US leveraged finance.

  • By David Rothnie
  • 25 Jul 2019

Ray Doody who runs global capital markets with Alexi Chan, will move from London during the autumn, the bank announced internally.

Doody joined HSBC from JP Morgan as global head of leveraged and acquisition finance in 2017 and was appointed to his current position in ...

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