HSBC appoints Cox as new CIBM head

Rhydian Cox bids adios to Mexico and returns Hong Kong in a newly created role.

HSBC, in the midst of building its investment banking globally, has made a key appointment, naming Rhydian Cox as head of corporate, investment banking and markets CIBM, Asia Pacific.

Effective July 17, Cox will take on the newly created role in HSBCÆs Hong Kong offices and will report directly to Stuart Gulliver, head of HSBCÆs CIBM group. His appointment also comes a month after former co-head of CIBM, John Studzinski announced he will leave HSBC...

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