HSBC has appointed Iain Taylor as head of global payments and cash management at HSBC Singapore. He will be responsible for driving the bank’s cash management business strategy in this market, leading a team to deliver integrated cash management solutions tailored to a range of companies, including multinational corporations, mid-market enterprises, small businesses and financial institutions.
Taylor brings experience to this position, having served as head of global payments and cash management in Indonesia, South Korea and New Zealand. Most recently, he was the regional head of market development, global payments and cash management, Asia-Pacific, where he was responsible for devising and implementing marketing and market development strategies across 20 territories to strengthen the position of HSBC’s global payments and cash management business in Asia-Pacific.
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