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Thursday, 9 July 2020

Todd Wilcox tapped as HSBC Egypt CEO; Prime Securities appoints Amr El Alfy as head of research, Walid NAgy appointed first deputy CEO of Egyptian Arab Land Bank in Jordan

HSBC Egypt has tapped Todd Wilcox (LinkedIn) as CEO and deputy chairman, according to a statement (pdf). Wilcox succeeds Jacques-Emmanuel Blanchet, who led the Egypt arm of the bank for the past six years. Wilcox was previously deputy CEO of HSBC China.

MOVES- Amr El Alfy (Linkedin) has been appointed as head of research at Prime Securities, according to a press release (pdf). El Alfy was previously the head of research at Shuaa Securities Egypt and Mubasher Financial Services, as well as co-head of research at CI Capital.

The Egyptian Arab Land Bank has appointed Walid Nagy (LinkedIn) first deputy CEO for its Jordan branches, Al Mal reports.

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