HSBC’s Tucker and Stevenson ramp up the pressure

By David Rothnie
15 Aug 2019

HSBC’s chief executive was dislodged by the force of the challenges facing the bank. Now, its global markets division is under pressure as senior management continues with reform, writes David Rothnie.

When John Flint was appointed HSBC’s CEO in October 2017, the bank was praised for the smoothness of its succession planning. This change stood in stark contrast to the messiness that characterised Stuart Gulliver’s unseemly fight to take the job from Michael Geoghegan in 2010.

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