Gulliver's travels

HSBC''s Asian supremo, Stuart Gulliver, discusses his move back to London.

In November, Stuart Gulliver will take on the newly create role of head of Global Markets at HSBC and relocate to London in February. His new expanded role will make him the effective second-in-command to HSBC's global investment banking boss, Stephen Green. Tony Rademeyer will take on the mantle of head of corporate, investment banking and markets in Asia. We spoke to Gulliver about the changes.

What's the thinking behind the creation of your new job

Gulliver I set up the Asian markets business in 1994. Back then it had 28 people in Hong Kong and now it's over 1000 and is in 19 countries. We've managed more than 20% compound annual growth in...

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