HSBC has reshuffled its international banking division as former JP Morgan banker Greg Guyett put his stamp on the enterprise, which has been below strain lately.
Beneath Guyett, who took on duty for the enterprise in February, HSBC has appointed Patrick Nolan, vice chairman of global banking, to world head of company banking, following a turbulent interval for HSBC’s funding banking enterprise.
The division, which advises shoppers on finance and mergers, has misplaced senior dealmakers and slipped down the rankings in merger advisory and fairness capital markets amid personal questions over its strategic course.
Hugo Heath strikes to the vice chairman position, whereas Peter Enns and Matthew Wallace turn into international co-heads of company finance protection, overseeing HSBC’s groups of sector protection bankers, an internal memo seen by Reuters on Tuesday confirmed.
A spokesman for HSBC confirmed the contents of the memo, which additionally confirmed that among the many 16 appointments talked about in Friday’s reshuffle, solely one went to a girl, Katia Bouazza, who grew to become head of world banking for Latin America.
HSBC has confronted criticism from insiders for the male-dominated nature of its funding financial institution, and the lender has the worst gender pay hole amongst leading British companies at 61%
The financial institution mentioned it’s working to handle this by together with gender-balanced shortlists an