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HSBC appoints Barry O’Byrne interim Chief Executive, Global Commercial Banking

HSBC Holdings plc announces the appointment of Barry O’Byrne as interim Chief Executive of Global Commercial Banking, subject to regulatory approval.

HSBC Holdings plc Interim Results 2019

HSBC Holdings plc reported profit after tax of USD9.9 billion in the first half of 2019, up 18.1 per cent. Reported revenue was up 7.6 per cent.

HSBC Holdings plc Group Chief Executive steps down and appointment of interim Group Chief Executive

HSBC Holdings plc announces that John Flint has today stepped down as Group Chief Executive and as a Director by mutual agreement with the Board.

HSBC announces retirement of Patrick Burke and appointment of Michael Roberts as President and CEO, HSBC USA

HSBC Holdings plc announces that Patrick Burke will retire from HSBC, to be succeeded as President and Chief Executive Officer, HSBC USA by Michael Roberts.

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The demographic divide

Ageing populations may force governments to raise retirement ages, says HSBC’s James Pomeroy.

My sabbatical story

HSBC’s Andy Russell took six months off work to travel, thanks to the bank’s sabbatical policy.

Keeping the global engine running

Slowing growth and low inflation mean central banks face tough decisions, says HSBC’s Janet Henry.