Pictured: Noel Quinn, Group Chief Executive, HSBC

This week sees new appointments at HSBC, IQ-EQ and Europcar Mobility Group


Noel Quinn, Group Chief Executive,
HSBC

HSBC has appointed Noel Quinn as Group Chief Executive. Quinn previously served as Interim Group Chief Executive from August 2019 when he was also appointed as a Director of HSBC Holdings.

Quinn joined Forward Trust Group, a subsidiary of Midland Bank in 1987. He led HSBC’s acquisitions of Swan National Motor Finance and Eversholt Leasing Ltd, becoming General Manager of each business in turn.

From 2011 to 2015, Quinn was Regional Head of Commercial Banking for Asia-Pacific, based in Hong Kong. In December 2015, he was appointed Chief Executive, Global Commercial Banking.

Quinn qualified as an accountant in 1987.


Peter Golovsky, Managing Director, Head of Private Wealth, Asia
IQ-EQ

Leading investor services group IQ-EQ has appointed Peter Golovsky as Managing Director, Head of Private Wealth, Asia. This key leadership position, newly created within IQ-EQ, reflects the firm’s global growth strategy as well as the significant business opportunities opening up across Asia as wealth continues to grow at a pace in the region.

Golovsky is a chartered accountant and seasoned senior leader with 25 years’ experience in the financial services industry, including eight years in Hong Kong, during which he has achieved significant business growth within the fiduciary sector while working closely with major Asian families, their family offices and their international business operations.

In his new role, Golovsky will be responsible for leading and driving the continued growth of IQ-EQ’s Private Wealth segment across Asia with a particular focus on supporting Asian entrepreneurs, family businesses and family offices in areas of succession, governance, cross-border planning, intergenerational wealth transfer and philanthropy.

Commenting on his new role, Golovsky said:

“IQ-EQ has been through a period of exceptional global growth and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to further develop its Private Wealth and Family Office segment in Asia at a time of unprecedented wealth creation across the region. I’m excited to tap into the group’s integrated corporate, fund and trust capabilities as Asian families seek more sophisticated cross-border solutions to manage their wealth across generations. I look forward to working closely with the local and international teams to build a sustainable private wealth services function that is recognised as one of Asia’s leading providers to major families, family offices and their businesses.”

Prior to joining IQ-EQ, Golovsky was Global Head of Fiduciary Services and Head of Asia for an international legal, accounting and fiduciary services firm with offices spanning from the US to New Zealand. As well as leading the group’s private wealth offering globally, he was responsible for establishing its presence in Asia, including the set-up of its Hong Kong office. Before that, Peter was Managing Director of the Institutional Sales and Private Client division of a global fiduciary services provider, with responsibilities spanning 44 offices and 33 countries.


Paul McNeice, Customer Experience and Innovation Director
Europcar Mobility Group

Europcar Mobility Group Ireland has appointed Paul McNeice’s to Customer Experience and Innovation Director.

McNeice will be spearheading the development of services and products that Europcar believes will not just continue to set them apart from their competition but also refine their customer journey. McNeice, who takes up this position having previously served as Europcar’s sales director, will drive the innovations required to facilitate their mobility for all policy.

Europcar Mobility Group is the largest provider of mobility solutions across Europe, providing rental solutions to individuals, businesses and fleets across Europe. With clients from across all leading business verticals, they are proud to be the partner of choice for utility firms, state and semi-state bodies, telecoms companies and not-for-profit companies alike. 

Pictured: Paul McNeice


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