Robert Gray

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"Robert Gray joined HSBC in May 1994 as chairman of HSBC Markets Ltd, with particular responsibility for developing HSBC's capital markets capabilities worldwide. He was appointed vice chairman of client development at HSBC Investment Bank plc in September 1999, and to his current position in March 2001. Prior to joining HSBC, he was head of JP Morgan's capital markets activities in Europe. Previously he was president and Tokyo branch manager of JP Morgan Securities Asia Ltd. Robert also headed JP Morgan's worldwide loan syndication group and was later responsible for their Eurobond underwriting business.

"He is vice chairman and chairman of the Regulatory Policy Committee of the International Capital Market Association and a former chairman of the International Primary Market Association, a predecessor body. In addition, he serves as chairman of HSBC Saudi Arabia Ltd and as a board member of British Arab Commercial Bank and HSBC Bank Egypt. Robert graduated from St John's College, University of Cambridge with an honours degree in history. "[1]


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  1. Centrepoint Robert Gray, organizational web page, accessed July 3, 2012.