HSBC’s Alastair Bryce takes over as chairman of Mauritius Bankers Association
Alastair Bryce has been with the HSBC Group since 1983 and has worked for the banking major in several countries encompassing Japan, United Kingdom, Latin America and the Asia-Pacific. (Image: Port Guide)
Alastair Bryce, the Chief Executive Officer of the HongKong & Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (HSBC), Mauritius, has been elected as the Chairman of the Mauritius Bankers Association (MBA) for 2014-2015 as on Thursday May 29, 2014.
The general assembly of the MBA also saw two Deputy-Chairmen being elected, namely Sridhar Nagarajan, Chief Executive Officer of the Standard Chartered Bank (Mauritius) Limited, and Lakshman Bheenick, the Chief Executive Officer of Standard Bank (Mauritius) Limited.
Alastair Bryce said he is honored to be entrusted with the chairmanship of a prestigious organization such as the MBA.
“As most people are aware, the banking industry is going through a period of tough transition globally and I look forward to helping the MBA work with all stakeholders in the local market to ensure that its reputation, and that of its member organizations, is maintained and enhanced,” he added.
Alastair Bryce counts a long career within the HSBC Group, having joined in 1983 and worked for the banking major in several countries encompassing Japan, United Kingdom, Latin America and the Asia-Pacific.
He was Deputy CEO at HSBC, Indonesia, for two years, and subsequently took over the position of Head of Credit Risk Management of Group Global Banking and Markets in Asia.
Of Scottish nationality, Alastair Bryce holds a diploma in Business Administration from the University of Edinburg.
He is also an associate member of the Institute of Financial Services of the United Kingdom and the Hong Kong Institute of Bankers.