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Sir John Carter joins HSBC Investment Bank board

HSBC Investment Bank has appointed Sir John Carter to its board to develop its growing insurance franchise.


Sir John was chief executive of Commercial Union prior to its merger with General Accident.


HSBC Investment Bank chairman Stephen Green says: &#34Sir John is a leading figure in the industry and his international experience, knowledge and contacts will help build our business serving companies in the insurance market.&#34

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Healthcare predictions for 2015 from Jelf Employee Benefits

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