HSBC wants to appoint company insider John Flint as its next chief executive and has approached regulators seeking their approval, Britain's Sunday Times newspaper said. Europe's biggest bank has told the Bank of England it wants approval for Flint, who currently runs the lender's retail and wealth management businesses, to take over from Stuart Gulliver, the paper said, citing unnamed sources. HSBC did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Gulliver has said he plans to step down next year and the appointment of his replacement is the first major ...
HSBC new CEO: Retail head John Flint may replace Stuart Gulliver
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