HSBC appoints co-heads of Asia banking

The UK bank has named Martin Haythorne and Liu Che-Ning as replacements for Russell Julius, who is relocating to London.

HSBC has appointed Martin Haythorne and Liu Che-Ning as co-heads of banking for Asia-Pacific, replacing Russell Julius, who is relocating to London, according to an internal memo seen by FinanceAsia.

The moves extend a spate of management changes in Asia by the UK bank, which recently also hired Jason Rynbeck from Barclays as its regional head of mergers and acquisitions.

Haythorne, currently HSBC's deputy global head of banking and global head of credit and lending, will move from London to Hong Kong in the next few months while Liu, head of banking for Greater China, will remain in Hong Kong.

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