HSBC Singapore CEO to leave for Saudi British Bank

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Tony Cripps, the CEO of HSBC Singapore, is to leave his post to run the partially HSBC-owned Saudi British Bank (SABB). Cripps is to replace David Dew currently CEO at SABB, who is retiring in May. Cripps has led HSBC Singapore since 2017, and before that ran the British bank's operations in the Philippines and Australia. According to the Business Times, HSBC Singapore's chairman, Peter Wong, wrote in an internal memo: ""As you will have heard from Noel [Quinn, HSBC Group CEO], HSBC wants to further increase its capability and presence across South Asia and Singapore is central to ...

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Christopher Copper-Ind is editor-in-chief of International Investment. Before this, he was editorial director of The Business Year, from 2014 to 2017.