Banking veteran Fang rejoins HSBC in commercial role

Less than a year after moving to Deutsche Bank in a corporate banking team, Frank Fang takes on a new role as part of a reshuffle sparked by a retirement.

Frank Fang has been named head of commercial banking for China at HSBC, less than a year after leaving his corporate banking role with the same firm to join Deutsche Bank.

His return forms part of a reshuffle, first reported by our sister publication The Corporate Treasurer, sparked by the retirment of 40-year HSBC veteran Albert Chan, who will step down as Hong Kong head of commercial banking on July 1.

Terence Chiu, who previously served as head of commercial banking for China, will move to Hong Kong as Chan's replacement.

Although Chiu is taking on the same job title for...

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