Interim Group Head of Internal Audit
Martin Pluck was appointed Interim Group Head of Internal Audit with effect from 15 April 2019. He is an interim member of the Group Management Board.
Mr Pluck is also Head of Internal Audit for Global Banking and Markets (GBM), as well as for Europe; Latin America; the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey; and the Audit function in Canada.
He joined HSBC in December 2013 as Head of Internal Audit for GBM and Europe. Previously, he worked for Deutsche Bank as Regional Head of Audit for the UK, Middle East and Africa. This role encompassed corporate banking and securities (including global markets and corporate finance), and asset and wealth management (including private wealth) globally. Mr Pluck was also responsible for functional audits of group finance, risk, legal and compliance.
Mr Pluck is a chartered accountant (ACA) who has spent many years in business management roles, in both equity and credit trading, at ING Barings and the Royal Bank of Scotland. He has an in-depth knowledge of capital management, liquidity and balance sheet structures.
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