HSBC Bank USA Announces New Head of Wealth and Personal Banking

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Tara M. Latini Executive Vice President, Head of Wealth and Personal Banking, US, HSBC. Image Source: Business Wire.

Veteran retail banker Tara Latini will be the new Head of Wealth and Personal Banking at HSBC USA. She will replace Pablo Sanchez, and report directly to Michael Roberts, President and CEO of HSBC USA and Juan Parma, Regional Head of HSBC’s Wealth and Personal Banking (WPB) Americas.

Latini has been with HSBC for over 17 years. She joined the bank in 2004 as VP of Senior Customer Marketing Manager and has held multiple positions within the company since. Most recently, she served as the Country Head of WPB in HSBC Malaysia.

“We are thrilled to welcome Tara back to the US,” Roberts said in a press release. “As we strengthen our focus on international wealth management, her expertise in multiple markets around the world, particularly in Asia, will help improve our connectivity to a key HSBC region so that we can better serve our clients.”

HSBC has recently changed its regional structure and will no longer have Latin America and North America Heads of WPB positions.

“I’m excited to return to the US, the largest wealth management market in the world,” Latini said in a press release. “Our renewed focus on globally mobile and affluent clients emphasizes a key differentiation for HSBC.”

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