Slevin joins HSBC as Asia's head of global banking

The Citigroup COO becomes the first high-profile banker to jump ship this bonus season.

Hong Kong has seen its first high profile post-bonus hire this year with the news yesterday that Frank Slevin will leave Citigroup to join HSBC as head of global banking for Asia-Pacific.

Slevin has been with Citigroup since March 2002, initially as head of investment banking. In March 2005, however, he took on a more administrative role as chief operating officer of Asia-Pacific investment banking. Prior to that he spent seven years with BNP Paribas Peregrine, advancing as far as...

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