Alan Turner Assigned Role of Head of Commercial Banking By HSBC Bank Canada
Today, Mr. Alan Turner has joined HSBC Bank Canada as the Head of Commercial Banking following Linda Seymour who handled the role of President and Chief Executive Officer of HSBC Bank Canada in September 2020. Being on the post, Mr. Turner will be tackling the responsibilities for HSBC’s huge corporates and Small and Medium Enterprise banking areas along with popular & leading Global Trade and Receivables Finance as well as worldwide liquidity & fund management facilities in Canada.
Linda Seymour, President, and Chief Executive Officer, HSBC Canada tweeted, “I am glad to invite Alan to our commercial bank in Canada. His solid expertise in the sector, as well as globally combined with HSBC’s organization covering 90% of the worldwide trade flows, will aid in speeding up our advancement in quality supporting customers in their global expansion plan.”
Before HSBC in Canada, Alan was the Head of Commercial Banking for HSBC in Singapore. With 25 years experience in major British banks and 10 years in Asia operating in corporate and investment banking in London, Hong Kong, and Sydney with functional duties at the local, regional and worldwide levels, Mr. Turner has expertise in a variety of senior executive roles in trade finance, as well as leveraged and debt finance. Additionally, a few days ago, AlmaStone made double appointments to develop its origination abilities in Africa and Latin America.
The commercial bank of HSBC Canada is the third most productive commercial banking division. Establishing long-term relationships with our clients is the main focal point of our development methodology and authoritative values. In 2020, we kept investing in our organization while aiding customers throughout the global pandemic with payment deferrals and admittance to legal supportive programs.
According to Turner, “Nobody is better positioned to serve Canadian organizations operating a business here at home or globally. Our transactional financial solutions, an allowance to our global network, and relationship-driven model provided us a better platform to fulfill their desires. I anticipate driving the excellent Canadian team at the core of our business prosperity.”
In 2020, HSBC was cast the number one Domestic cash manager and excellent for services in Canada in the Euromoney Cash Management Survey. Along with this, HSBC has also been named the number one trade finance bank and number one in assistance quality in Canada in the 2021 Euromoney Trade Finance Survey.
HSBC Commercial Banking
We have been following the development for over 150 years and facilitating customers with new opportunities. At the present, HSBC commercial banking is providing its services to over 1.4 million customers across 53 markets, covering small enterprises focused on their domestic markets as well as corporates working across borders. Regardless of working capital, terms loans, trade finance or payments, and money management strategies, we offer the latest tools and knowledge for enabling the business to survive. As the foundation of the HSBC group, we offer businesses an approach to a geographic network consisting of more than 90% of the worldwide trade and capital flows.
HSBC Bank Canada
It is the leading global bank in the nation as well as a subsidiary of HSBC Holdings plc helping organizations and individuals across Canada to start a business and manage their cash flows globally through three worldwide business lines which are- commercial banking, global banking, and markets as well as wealth and personal banking. HSBC Holdings plc, the parent company of HSBC Bank Canada has its headquarter in London serving customers globally from offices in 64 nations and territories in Europe, Asia, North America, Latin America, and the Middle East, and North Africa. With resources of US$2,984bn on 31 December 2020, it is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services companies.