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Hong Kong Phooey

24 May 2010 By George Hay

The global bank’s chairman has traditionally been its most powerful figure. HSBC has already reformed by handing strategic control to its CEO. Stephen Green may not be stepping down as chairman just yet. But when he does, the bank should consider replacing him with an outsider.

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