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HSBC names managing directors for global banking and markets

U.K.-based HSBC Holdings PLC appointed 83 new managing directors across its global banking and markets business, Financial News reported, citing a staff memo.

In the global banking division, among the appointments were Giovanni Fenocchi as global COO for financial institutions group and public sector, Mun-Leong Chan as head of business development for Europe, Alessandro Mazzi as head of project and export finance for Italy, Basak Emirlioglu as global banking COO for Hong Kong, Vivian Zhang as head of securitization for China and Omar Mahmoud as co-head of global banking for Malaysia.

HSBC also named Timothy Brown COO of global credit trading and deputy COO for Europe, the Middle East and Africa markets. Among the other appointments in the global markets division were Christopher Dingle as head of global markets operations for the Middle East and North Africa region, Johnny Bou Maachar as head of trading for MENA and Turkey, Francisco Chong-Luna as head of structuring and asset structured finance for Mexico and Brian Horgan as global head of prime and derivative clearing services management.

The memo was signed by Samir Assaf, the British lender's CEO of global banking and markets, according to the report. Financial News said that the job titles were taken from LinkedIn and public profiles, and that 34% of the new managing directors are women.