Sandy Flockhart retires from HSBC

Flockhart retires as an executive director after 37 years with HSBC, but will stay on as a non-executive director and chairman of a couple of subsidiaries.

Sandy Flockhart retires from HSBC
HSBC’s Sandy Flockhart during a press conference in Hong Kong in 2009 (AFP)

Sandy Flockhart plans to retire as of the end of this month from his role as an executive director of HSBC. He has been with the bank for 37 years.

Flockhart, 60, will remain on the board as a non-executive director and he will also retain his positions as chairman of HSBC Bank, the group's principal UK and European subsidiary, as chairman of HSBC Latin America and as a director of HSBC Bank Middle...

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