HONG KONG (Reuters) – HSBC has named Goldman Sachs (NYSE) partner Christina Ma as head of global banking for North Asia, according to a memo seen by Reuters.
Ma will join the bank after 21 years with Goldman Sachs, most recently as Chairman of Greater China Equities.
She will replace Dai Kitamura, who served in the position on a temporary basis before taking an extended leave of absence earlier this year. He will leave HSBC on 1 November after 27 years with the bank.
An HSBC spokesperson confirmed the contents of the memo.
The memo said Ma would remain in Hong Kong, beginning her new role in the first quarter of 2023.