Sir John Bond at HSBC: The End of an Era?


Code :LDS0023

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Industry :Banking, Insurance and Financial Services

Region : Hong Kong

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Abstract: Sir John Bond, who joined HSBC (Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation) in 1961 and later went on to become the bank's chief executive and chairman, was credited with transforming HSBC into the third largest bank by market value in the world by 2004. In November 2005, HSBC announced the retirement of Bond as chairman; and the succession of the chief executive Stephen Green, to the post of chairman from May 2006. Analysts doubt whether the new chairman would be able to come out of the shadow of Bond's legacy

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Pedagogical Objectives:

  • To discuss the evolution of HSBC under the leadership of Sir John Bond
  • To discuss the scope of the new chairman Stephen Green after Sir John Bond

    Keywords : Sir John Bond, Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation, Acquisitions, Expansions, Legacy, Diversifications, Asian Financial Crisis, Emerging markets, Leadership Case Study, Internet banking services, Brand recognition, Global branding campaign, Corporate philanthropy, Organic growth, Human resource management and organisational behaviour

    Contents :
    » Sir John Bond at HSBC
    » The End of an Era?
    » Stephen Green’s Profile

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