Gulliver's travels: Part 2

HSBC has always striven to be a premier capital markets player. In part two of a special interview, its chairman of Europe, the Middle East and global businesses, Stuart Gulliver, says the bank is closing the book on life in Lilliput.
Stuart Gulliver
Stuart Gulliver

In the 10 years since FinanceAsia.com was established, HSBC has been named International Asian Bond House of the Year, or Domestic Asian Bond House of the Year a total of eight times -- twice the number of times as its nearest competitor, Deutsche Bank. It has yet to win any awards as an MA or equity capital markets house, but Stuart Gulliver says this is about to change.

One area where HSBC has really excelled over the past decade has been in the debt capital markets.
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