The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation has appointed Rebecca Adriatico to the newly created role of global head of product, trade services and supply chain in Hong Kong. Adriatico will set the strategic direction for trade services and supply chain product development. In addition, she will instill a common product development and management discipline across the group, ensuring all new products are driven by the voice of the customer and are developed to a global standard. Previously, Adriatico was head of product, global payments and cash management for HSBC in Australia. She is credited as being instrumental in building the PCM product solution suite and in particular the commercialisation of HSBC’s payables financing solution.
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