HSBC brings CEO search to a close, appoints Quinn to top job
HSBC’s hunt for a group chief executive has ended where it began, with the bank appointing interim boss Noel Quinn on a permanent basis.
The firm said late on Tuesday night that Quinn, who has been with HSBC since 1987, will become group CEO immediately. Quinn had been the interim chief executive since August 2019, when he succeeded John Flint, who left the firm abruptly after a brief stint of about ...
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