Wednesday, January 27, 2010

HSBC CEO Makes Hong Kong Homecoming

Have you ever considered working in Hong Kong? The fast-growing Asian market has not only attracted top-notch bankers from the Wall Street, but also the HSBC CEO.

The 144-year-old HSBC has relocated its CEO Michael Geoghegan from London back to Hong Kong after 16 years. In a welcome ceremony today, Mike said he's going to enjoy a cup of Chinese tea as the first thing to do in his Hong Kong office.

Photo source: Reuters

Michael Geoghegan - Bio
Group chief executive, HSBC Holdings PLC
Mr Geoghegan is a career banker with over 35 years' international experience with HSBC. He has worked in the Americas, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. He established the Group's operations in Brazil in 1997 following the creation of Banco HSBC Bamerindus S.A and in 2003 he was honoured with a CBE in recognition of his contribution to British business interests in Brazil.
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HSBC

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4 comments:

Asian Kid A said...

I have thought about it. Would it be better to just go without an MBA or would it be more appropriate for me to get my MBA first before heading back to HK?

Anna Maria D'Souza said...

It is a personal choice. You can pursue an MBA at any stage in life. However if there is a good offer, might consider to earn some hands-on banking expereince first.

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