Below is a list of key personnel moves in the securities, banking and commodities sector for January. It is edited by Martin Coyle. Please contact Martin with any relevant details of appointments, promotions and related industry news.
Ruth Horgan has been named head of global regulatory compliance at HSBC in London. The former auditor of the bank, now at KPMG, will take up her new job in April and will be responsible for developing strategy, standards, and global policies for compliance.
HSBC has also set up a new board committee to improve risk management and combat financial crime. The Financial System Vulnerabilities Committee will be headed by Jim Comey, who joins as a non-executive director. Two other non-executive directors and five independent advisers will make up the team.
JPMorgan Chase has appointed Tim Ryan, chief executive of the U.S.-based Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, as global head of regulatory strategy and policy. He will oversee regulatory
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