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HSBC chief Stuart Gulliver to step down in two years: report

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 - 05:50

Oxford-educated Mr Gulliver started at HSBC in 1980 and excelled as a trader, rising through the ranks to become CEO in 2011. He has held roles in cities including London, Hong Kong and Tokyo.

Hong Kong

STUART Gulliver, chief executive officer of HSBC Holdings plc, will stand down in two years as the UK bank replaces its top leadership, according to The Sunday Times.

The lender has started compiling a list of internal candidates and will also consider external applicants

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