HSBC reshuffle as Guerrero appointed new EMEA head

HSBC has picked José-Luis Guerrero to be its new head of global markets in Europe, Middle East and Africa following John Flint’s move to run the asset management division. Samir Assaf, head of global markets, announced the move internally this week.

  • 16 Oct 2009

Guerrero had been running the global markets business in the Americas, and his move has triggered a reshuffle of regional responsibilities. André Brandão and Didier Descamps will be the new co-heads of the business.

Brandão continues as head of global banking for South America, based in Brazil, reporting ...

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