But Noel Quinn’s not a political man so he’d rather not get in to the obvious implications of that choice.
It definitely says “Thou shalt not cancel my checking account in absence of a mask” in one or all of those.
It doesn’t stop the money laundering, of course, but that’s not really the goal, is it?
Mommy and Daddy in this case being China and the U.S.
Not a fan of Beijing’s heavy hand? No wealth management services for you!
Eileen Murray intends to get paid.
The self-regulator’s new chairperson would like to know.
HSBC HR is reopening, big time.
The Madoff trustee should be allowed to go to the ends of the earth, or at least the far corners of the Caribbean, according to the Solicitor General.
If you’re not an HSBC employee currently worried about coronavirus, you should be worried about your job.
Thanks for nothing, Wall Street.
The board is saying "HSBC ya later!" to its still-brand-new CEO.
Time to "update" your resumes, Deutsche rainmakers.
‘Cause someone else has’em now, too.
Now, maybe the bank will only be a “persistent failure” half the time.
We presume at this point that even secretaries at Deutsche Bank are empowered to cut $80 million checks to make people/regulators go away.
It’s not Stu Gulliver, but it’s close.
This man is an affront to their lifestyle.
Mark Johnson's pretty sure Mark Johnson should've been allowed to get on that plane.