HSBC Jumping Into Leveraged Finance
- HSBC Jumping Into Leveraged Finance. Terzo, Gerelyn // High Yield Report;5/1/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 17, p1
The article reports on the venture of Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corp. (HSBC) in the European leveraged finance business. HSBC hired Kevin Adeson as global head of leveraged finance and Oliver Duff as global head of leveraged syndicate. Both Adeson and Duff came from Morgan Stanley. HSBC intends...
- HSBC's Adeson: Next Stop U.S.A. R. K. // Bank Loan Report;11/12/2007, Vol. 22 Issue 43, p1
The article focuses on the plan of Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corp. (HSBC) to extend its leveraged finance division in the U.S. According to Kevin Adeson, global head of the bank's leveraged finance, HSBC wanted to diversify its distribution to the U.S. after its success and business growth in...
- HSBC on the hunt for protection recruits. York, Nicola // Money Marketing;2/15/2007, p2
The article reports that Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corp. Ltd. (HSBC) is headhunting for key staff from leading protection providers, as it prepares to foray into the intermediary market in the second half of 2007. However, an HSBC spokeswoman said the company is not actively headhunting staff...
- Nike marketer takes up HSBC brand role. // Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper;9/8/2006, p1
The article reports that Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corp. Ltd. has appointed Rosanna Hon as the head of brand development and management. Hon, a former marketing executive at Nike Inc., replaces Anthony Lau who has been made the bank's head of strategic projects. Hon has more than a decade of...
- Ong spearheads creative, client drive at Lowe KL. Tse, Janis // Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper;10/9/2004, p5
This article focuses on the appointment of Ong Bee Lin as the general manager of Lowe KL in a newly created post, to develop new business, handle staff training, manage reputation and to head major accounts such as Unilever. Ong has been in the industry for more than 13 years. Upon her arrival...
- HSBC expects to remain in Hong Kong after China takes over, chairman says. // American Banker;5/25/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 100, p18
Reports on Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corp.'s retention of its Hong Kong headquarters. Speculation on impact of Chinese takeover of the British colony; Consideration of repurchasing of headquarters building.
- HSBC moves to create a global powerhouse. Chernoff, Joel // Pensions & Investments;5/2/1994, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p33
Reports on the completion of the reorganization of Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank Corp.'s (HSBC) investment business lines. Consolidation of units under HSBC Asset Management Ltd.; Management movement; Strengthening of regional trading offices.
- Luring in those out-of-area executives can be a challenge. Yamada, Stefanie Hard // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;5/4/2007, Issue 323708, Special section p12
The article discusses the difficulty of recruitment industry in Fresno, California to look for qualified executives. Dave Denham of Denham Resources stated that most of the recruiting companies in the city are either believed that they are no candidates in Fresno that they are looking for....
- Griff surfaces as fixed-income head at HSBC Securities. Copulsky, Erica // Investment Dealers' Digest;09/08/97, Vol. 63 Issue 36, p12
Reports on John Griff's appointment as head of Hong Kong Shanghai Bank Corp.'s fixed income division. Career highlights; Functions and responsibilities; Management strategies for the company's division.