08.02.2022 Finance Luxembourg Talents

HSBC announces new Country Chief Executive Officer for Luxembourg

HSBC has appointed Emanuele Vignoli as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of HSBC in Luxembourg, succeeding Niccolo Polli, who was recently promoted to Head of Strategy & Planning Europe and Chief of Staff to the Europe CEO. Emanuele’s appointment will be effective on 1 March, subject to regulatory approval.

Emanuele joined HSBC in 2005 and currently serves as Managing Director, Regional Head of Global Liquidity & Cash Management – UK & Europe International. Prior to joining HSBC, Emanuele worked with ABN AMRO and Citibank in the areas of transaction banking front office, and strategy and change management. Representing HSBC, Emanuele serves as Non-Executive Director for Vaultex Ltd, one of the UK’s leading cash processors.

Chris Davies, Deputy CEO Continental Europe, said: “Thanks to his strong international background and an excellent track record of driving growth and client focus, Emanuele Vignoli will further build on the successes achieved under Niccolo’s excellent leadership. Luxembourg’s importance is growing for our corporate, institutional and private wealth clients and we are focused on further leveraging HSBC’s unique global connectivity for our clients.”

On his appointment Emanuele Vignoli said: “I am honoured and excited to be taking on the leadership of HSBC’s franchise in Luxembourg. I look forward to working with the excellent team in the country and across the world in serving our customers. This will help us further drive our ambition to be the preferred international financial partner for our clients.” HSBC has four main business lines in Luxembourg: Asset Management, Corporate Banking, Private Banking and Securities Services. HSBC has operated in Luxembourg for over 40 years and leverages this local experience combined with the international network of the HSBC Group to deliver solutions to clients from around the world. Key strengths include international banking and cash management services, sophisticated wealth management products and services, and investment fund services with a particular focus on UCITS.


Source: HSBC