HSBC Global Payments and Cash Management has appointed Brian Tsang as senior manager, regional client management office, Global Payments and Cash Management (GPCM), Asia-Pacific.
Reporting to Natasha Patel, head of client management, GPCM, Asia-Pacific, HSBC, Tsang will focus on implementing HSBC’s next generation service strategy delivery and fulfilment model in 20 markets across the region.
Tsang brings with him more than 15 years of financial services experience, including two years as head of GPCM, HSBC China. A cash management specialist, he has previously worked in sales, business development and product management and was most recently head of commercial banking sales, within the GPCM team.
Tsang is an MBA graduate and holds the Association of Corporate Treasurers’ certificate in international cash management.
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