Mark Tucker, the incoming chairman of HSBC, will likely face questions over who will take over as CEO when he meets investors in Europe's biggest bank ahead of taking up his post at the lender in October. Tucker takes over from Douglas Flint on Oct. 1 and one of his first priorities when he meets shareholders from next week will be deciding on whether to appoint an outsider to succeed Stuart Gulliver or look within the bank instead. Gulliver, who has been HSBC's boss since 2011 and joined the bank 37 years ago, is due to step down next year. Tucker, who previously led ...
HSBC's new CEO set to face questions over succession
Stuart Gulliver has been HSBC's boss since 2011 and joined the bank 37 years ago, is due to step down next year