BANK BACKING The Bank [...]

October 2017
Daily Mail;10/9/2017, p69
BANK BACKING The Bank of England has been asked by HSBC to give John Flint the nod to be its new chief executive. Flint, 49, long considered the frontrunner to replace Stuart Gulliver, has been formally approved by HSBC's board.


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