Nigel Boothroyd

HSBC has appointed Nigel Boothroyd as head of corporate banking at its Home and Eastern Counties Corporate Banking Centre, based at Milton Keynes. Mr Boothroyd, who joins the 25-strong team this month , taking responsibility for more than 350 HSBC customers from a range of sectors across the region, was previously deputy head of corporate banking at HSBC's West End Corporate Banking Centre in London.

HSBC has appointed Nigel Boothroyd as head of corporate banking at its Home and Eastern Counties Corporate Banking Centre, based at Milton Keynes.

Mr Boothroyd, who joins the 25-strong team this month , taking responsibility for more than 350 HSBC customers from a range of sectors across the region, was previously deputy head of corporate banking at HSBC's West End Corporate Banking Centre in London.

He succeeds Robin Penfold who has been appointed HSBC head of middle market enterprise for Western Canada.

Nigel brings over 30 years of banking experience to the role. Most recently, as deputy head of the West End Corporate Banking Centre, he shared responsibility for a portfolio of 500 corporate customers including over 100 publicly quoted companies.


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He has held a variety of personal and business banking positions across HSBC, including 10 years in branch management, followed by positions in branch operational support and credit management, before a move into corporate banking in 2004.

Stuart Grant, HSBC head of corporate and structured banking UK, said: “Nigel brings a powerful combination of proven ability within HSBC and strong banking credentials to this important and challenging role. In the five years since its inception the Home Counties Corporate Banking Centre has grown considerably, reflecting the vibrancy of the region, and I am confident that Nigel will continue this. In particular, Nigel's extensive experience advising major global businesses will prove invaluable to the region's growing corporate community.”

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Mr Boothroyd described his new role as “an exciting step” for himself.

“I am looking forward to working alongside my new team to get to know our customers - from sectors as diverse as manufacturing, beauty and grooming - to fully understand their requirements and help them negotiate the challenges and opportunities resulting from the current market conditions,” he said.

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