HSBC APPOINTS NEW HEAD OF GLOBAL MARKETS IN THAILAND

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Monday October 16, 2017 17:18
Bangkok--16 Oct--HSBC

HSBC has announced the appointment of Sudaphan Thaveethamsathit as Head of Global Markets for Thailand. Ms. Sudaphan succeeds Guy Dickinson who will take up a new post as HSBC's Head of Global Markets for Australia.

With over two decades of experience in financial markets, Ms. Sudaphan will be responsible for developing HSBC's Global Markets business in Thailand. HSBC's Global Markets business in Thailand provides its clients with trading and sales services that help them manage risk and capture investment opportunities in asset classes such as foreign exchange, fixed income and interest rates.

Ms. Sudaphan joined HSBC in 2000 as Deputy Head of Corporate Marketing and Sales for Thailand, overseeing the Corporate Sales team and managing its relationships with corporate clients across sectors. In 2011, she became Head of Global Markets Corporate Services for Thailand.

Ms. Sudaphan obtained a postgraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom.

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