HSBC has made a number if sweeping changes to its board in a move seen as
a statement of intent as the corporate tries to win back the confidence of
worried shareholders after a share slump at the end of 2006.
Fairhead, CEO of the Financial Times Group has been a non-executive director
at the bank since 2004. She graduated to the chief exec role after a
successful tenure as CFO of publishing group Pearson, owners of the
The high-flyer’s appointment as audit chair will come into effect at the
conclusion of HSBC’s AGM which traditionally takes place on the last Friday of
Jane Ellison to serve as 'tax minister' following ministerial responsibilities for public health. David Gauke become chief secretary to the Treasury
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Top 50+50 firm Begbies Traynor recorded pre-tax profits of £4.5m for the year, boosted by its property services unit, despite seeing insolvencies drop to its lowest level since 2004.
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