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February 16, 2012updated 04 Apr 2017 3:43pm

Franco Morra to lead HSBC’s Euro private banking business

Franco Morra has been appointed to succeed Alexandre Zeller as the CEO of HSBC Private Bank (Suisse) In addition to being CEO of HSBC Private Bank (Suisse), Morra will assume responsibility for the European operations of HSBC's private banking business, reporting to Krishna Patel, CEO of HSBC global private banking.

By Thomas McMahon

Franco Morra has been appointed to succeed Alexandre Zeller as the CEO of HSBC Private Bank (Suisse).

HSBC said Zeller leaves the bank to “pursue other interests”.

In addition to being CEO of HSBC Private Bank (Suisse), Morra will assume responsibility for the European operations of HSBC’s private banking business, reporting to Krishna Patel, CEO of HSBC global private banking.

Patel commented: “I would like to thank Alexandre for the significant contribution he has made in building our business in the region and to welcome Franco to his new role.”

Morra joined HSBC global private banking in October 2010 as head of private banking Switzerland.

Previously, he was CEO at UBS Switzerland. Prior to UBS, Morra worked at Boston Consulting Group.

Morra’s appointment is subject to regulatory approval.

 

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