HSBC names new head of markets for Europe

Move is part of a continuing reshuffle of top brass in HSBC's markets business

HSBC HQ in London
HSBC headquarters in Canary Wharf

HSBC has picked Niall Cameron to lead its markets business for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (Emea). Cameron, currently the bank's London-based head of credit, will take on the role from June 15, according to an internal memo.

He replaces Thibaut de Roux, who was promoted to head of global markets at the start of May. De Roux himself replaced Jose-Luis Guerrero, who has become head of the global banking and markets division for Emea – a new position.

Cameron joined HSBC in 2010. Prior to

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