HSBC's Julius to take Asia model back to Europe

Hong Kong's Rugby Sevens is a big deal for HSBC, but this year's tournament held some extra interest for the bank's global senior management. Russell Julius, head of Asia-Pacific banking, had taken the opportunity of them being in town to discuss a return to Europe to help replicate a formula that has worked well in Asia — converting the bank's top commercial banking clients into users of its investment banking and capital markets platform.

  • By Mark Baker
  • 29 May 2014
Julius will be moving to London at the end of the summer to form a new group focused on providing IB products to commercial bank clients. Replacing him in Hong Kong will be two co-heads, one of whom is Liu Che-Ning, head of banking for China, ...

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