Stuart Gulliver, the previous chief government of UK lender HSBC, has signed as much as the fintech arm of specialist foreign money fund supervisor Millennium World Investments.
The previous government, who stepped down from a close to 40-year profession at HSBC in 2018, has joined MillTechFX as a board member, the corporate stated in a press release.
Gulliver led HSBC for seven years till his departure in early 2018, when the highest job was taken over by one other HSBC lifer, John Flint. Nonetheless, Flint departed after simply 18 months on the helm and was ultimately changed by Noel Quinn, who later unveiled an enormous restructuring of the enterprise that can see round 35,000 jobs misplaced.
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Gulliver joins MillTechFX to “assist it proceed its fast progress and execute its world growth plans”, the agency stated within the assertion. He has taken on a lot of board roles since retiring from the financial institution together with at oil big Saudi Aramco, Saudi British Financial institution and Airport Authority Hong Kong. He’s additionally chair of most cancers charity Maggie’s Centres.
Gulliver led a interval of growth at HSBC’s funding banking unit alongside John Studzinski for 3 years till 2006. Studzinski departed the UK lender then, and Gulliver was handed sole cost of HSBC’s world banking and markets division. He was appointed chief government on 1 January 2011 following the departure of Stephen Inexperienced.
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