Two of HSBC’s senior leadership team have visited Jersey recently to reinforce the importance of the Channel Islands and Isle of Man to the bank’s global growth strategy, and in particular its wealth business.
Nuno Matos, CEO, Wealth and Personal Banking, came to the island at the end of last month, following Colin Bell, CEO of HSBC Europe and HSBC Bank PLC, who also visited in May.
Mr Matos spoke to colleagues in Jersey about the islands’ strategic importance to the HSBC Group and the role they play in supporting its global wealth business. He highlighted the expertise that the business has nurtured to support its customers’ evolving wealth needs.
He said: “Our growth strategy is focused on giving our broad range of customers support across the entirety of their wealth journey.
“This ensures that as their wealth and financial planning needs grow, we grow with them.
“This is reflected through our services in the Channel Islands and Isle of Man, from our branch network and Private Banking teams to specialist Trust and Fiduciary Services and HSBC Expat.”
Emma Bunnell, CEO and Head of Wealth and Personal Banking, HSBC Channel Islands and Isle of Man, said: “With travel now possible again, it’s been fantastic to welcome senior executives who are reinforcing the importance of our business.
“The islands’ local expertise, robust regulatory environment and position with regards to the UK, Europe and our international connectivity are a key part of our wealth strategy.
“These are core to us and underpin our own plans in Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man as we continue to innovate across our banking platforms for local and international customers in the months and years ahead.”
Pictured top: Emma Bunnell and Nuno Matos.
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