HSBC's Janet Henry replaces Stephen King as global chief economist

August 3, 2015 3:54 PM

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LONDON Aug 3 HSBC has a new global chief economist as of Aug. 1, appointing Chief European Economist Janet Henry to the position after Stephen King chose to move to a consulting role with the bank.

HSBC - Europe's biggest bank - said in an email seen by Reuters that King had decided to take the role of senior economic adviser after 17 years with the bank. He will now report to Stephen Moss, group head of strategy and planning and chief of staff to Chief Executive Stephen Gulliver.

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