CITY DIARY: HSBC's global banking boss Matthew Westerman departs after just 18 months



HSBC's rotund head of global banking Matthew Westerman, 52, is leaving, a memo revealed yesterday. 
His surprise departure is much discussed among staff. Some suggest he's in a huff over failing to land the chief executive role ahead of HSBC lifer John Flint. 
Others say Westerman's less than collegiate management style has 'ruffled feathers' since arriving 18 months ago. He's a bruiser, in other words.
Hewlett Packard boss Meg Whitman, who took home £27million last year, surprised analysts by saying she's off in February. 
There's loose talk the combustible executive, 61, is considering a... read more

 
23 November 2017 in Business, Views: 86
Source: Daily Mail
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