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HSBC appoints head of securities services, Germany

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HSBC has appointed Gina Slotosch as head of securities services, Germany.

She will be based in HSBC’s Dusseldorf office and will be responsible for driving the growth and development of the securities services business in Germany.
 
Previously head of global custody product based in London, Slotosch brings more than 30 years of industry experience to the role. She first joined HSBC in 2005 to lead the securities services sales and business development teams in Germany and later assumed the role of head of product for global distribution and transfer agency based in London.
 
Prior to joining HSBC, Slotosch held a number of securities services positions at State Street, Deutsche Bank and BNY Mellon.  
 
Slotosch will become a member of the securities services Europe management committee and will report to Carola von Schmettow, CEO, HSBC Germany, and Rafael Moral, head of securities services, Europe.

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