MillTechFX announced that it has onboarded Stuart Gulliver as a Board Member.

In an article recently shared with Finance Magnates, Stuart Gulliver, an executive veteran with more than four decades of experience in the financial industry, has been selected by MillTechFX, a new marketplace targeting asset managers and treasurers, to serve as a Board Member.

Gulliver brings extensive experience from HSBC to the Board position. His aim is to aid MillTechFX’s rapid advancement and implement its expansion plans. The company stated that Gulliver will “help it continue its rapid growth and execute its global expansion plans.” Recently, he has taken on a number of different Board positions since retiring from HSBC.

Glancing over Gulliver’s Career

Concurrently, Gulliver is fulfilling five additional roles in addition to the Board position at MillTechFX. He serves Maggie's Centres as Chairman; he supports Aramco, SABB, Jardine Matheson and Airport Authority Hong Kong as a Board Member; and he has been advising Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) for the last three years.

Prior to his existing roles, Gulliver spent almost all of his career at HSBC, roughly forty years. During this time, he has taken on several different positions that include the pinnacle role of Group Chief Executive of HSBC Holdings plc.

Other placements he filled at HSBC in reverse order include the following: Chairman of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, Executive Director of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, Non-Executive Chairman & Director of HSBC France, Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Committee for HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt AG, Chief Executive, Director of HSBC Bank USA, Group General Manager as well as a number of key roles over twenty more years in London, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur and the United Arab Emirates.

Until early 2018, Gulliver drove HSBC for seven years in the primary post until he handed the role over to John Flint. Although, Flint departed after only a year and a half and his replacement was Noel Quinn. He revealed a vast reorganisational plan of the business which would cut around 35,000 jobs.

MillTechFX announced that it has onboarded Stuart Gulliver as a Board Member.

In an article recently shared with Finance Magnates, Stuart Gulliver, an executive veteran with more than four decades of experience in the financial industry, has been selected by MillTechFX, a new marketplace targeting asset managers and treasurers, to serve as a Board Member.

Gulliver brings extensive experience from HSBC to the Board position. His aim is to aid MillTechFX’s rapid advancement and implement its expansion plans. The company stated that Gulliver will “help it continue its rapid growth and execute its global expansion plans.” Recently, he has taken on a number of different Board positions since retiring from HSBC.

Glancing over Gulliver’s Career

Concurrently, Gulliver is fulfilling five additional roles in addition to the Board position at MillTechFX. He serves Maggie's Centres as Chairman; he supports Aramco, SABB, Jardine Matheson and Airport Authority Hong Kong as a Board Member; and he has been advising Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) for the last three years.

Prior to his existing roles, Gulliver spent almost all of his career at HSBC, roughly forty years. During this time, he has taken on several different positions that include the pinnacle role of Group Chief Executive of HSBC Holdings plc.

Other placements he filled at HSBC in reverse order include the following: Chairman of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, Executive Director of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, Non-Executive Chairman & Director of HSBC France, Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Committee for HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt AG, Chief Executive, Director of HSBC Bank USA, Group General Manager as well as a number of key roles over twenty more years in London, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur and the United Arab Emirates.

Until early 2018, Gulliver drove HSBC for seven years in the primary post until he handed the role over to John Flint. Although, Flint departed after only a year and a half and his replacement was Noel Quinn. He revealed a vast reorganisational plan of the business which would cut around 35,000 jobs.