HSBC has appointed Bhriguraj Singh as head of product management for global trade and receivables finance Asia-Pacific (ex-Hong Kong and Macau), effective 11 June 2012. Based in Hong Kong, he will be responsible for enhancing the bank’s existing Asia product offering to meet the increasing demand for trade and receivables finance products among customers across the region.
Previously head of global trade and receivables finance in India, Singh will report into Simon Constantinides, head of global trade and receivables finance Asia-Pacific (ex-Hong Kong and Macau).
HSBC has also appointed Surath Sengupta as head of global trade and receivables finance, India. He will be responsible for driving trade revenues and growing the bank’s marketshare in India. Sengupta was previously based in the UK as head of international business, commercial segment, UK.
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