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HSBC Head of Commercial Banking makes prestigious list

HSBC Head of Commercial Banking makes prestigious list

Tuesday 25 June 2019

HSBC Head of Commercial Banking makes prestigious list

Head of Commercial Banking at HSBC in Guernsey, Carrie Ng has been recognised in the EMpower 'Top 50 Future Leaders' list.

EMpower lists, published in partnership with membership organisation INvolve, feature 100 executives and 50 future leaders from ethnic minority backgrounds based in Canada, Ireland, the UK and the US.

Four HSBC senior leaders across the globe, including Ms Ng who is based in Guernsey, have been included in the prestigious ranking.

Ms Ng's role as Head of Commercial Banking in the island was recently announced following four international assignments with Commercial Banking in strategy and frontline teams across Hong Kong, Macau and London.

"I am very proud to have been recognised and include on this list, representing the importance of maintaining diversity, ethnic or otherwise, within the workplace," she said. "The bank is absolutely committed to diversity and inclusion and I ope to drive more conversations and initiatives on the subject in years to come."

Ms Ng has spoken at a number of forums including the Women Entrepreneur's Network and the UK All-Party Parliamentary Groups Roundtable, and was also named in the 'Top 30 Ethnic Minority Future Leaders' list by EMpower in 2017.

Head of Commercial Banking for HSBC Channel Islands and Isle of Man, Warwick Long, added: "Carrie has so much experience in leadership and international banking and she is certainly an asset to our Guernsey team and Channel Islands and Isle of Man business. We are so pleased to see her achievements recognised in a prestigious list such as EMpower and look forward to continuing this upward trend towards increased diversity in the bank."

Pictured top: Carrie Ng.

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