Our internal Semi-Finals have now taken place and our Finalists have been chosen
Bradley joined the industry in 2016 as part of the HSBC Graduate Management Programme: working across the branch network, first direct and multiple head office teams supporting our various distribution businesses. Since then, he has moved into Wealth Management, being involved in a wide variety of projects but primarily focused on understanding his customers and ensuring HSBC’s proposition meets their needs. More recently, Bradley has been responsible for developing HSBC’s customer experience strategy and identifying opportunities for improving their service.
Jack has been a member of the Chartered Banker Institute for 6 years, and is currently employed by Coutts as a Private Banker, based out of their Edinburgh office. As a Private Banker, Jack looks after a portfolio of Scotland’s most successful entrepreneurs, business owners and families; providing them with guidance on how to grow and protect their personal wealth. Outside of working hours, Jack has a keen interest in sport; with particular passions for both rugby and golf.
Dee Korab is a Relationship Director supporting the real estate sector at HSBC UK Bank plc. Dee started her career in Australia, working for two major domestic banks in the institutional and corporate banking space in both Melbourne and Sydney. Over the course of her 9 years in the banking industry, Dee started as a credit analyst specialising in real estate, has since led a team of credit analysts and managed the credit quality of largest real estate debt portfolio at the bank, recently oversaw the rollout of a global regulatory project in the UK and US, and now manages a debt portfolio of her own, supporting large corporate property clients in London where she is currently based. Dee has a genuine interest in sustainability, holding a Certificate in Green and Sustainable Finance from the Chartered Banker Institute, and is sustainable finance ambassador at HSBC. She hopes to mainstream green and sustainable finance in the areas that will have the largest impact on reducing global CO2 emissions.
Andrew is an award-winning PR who has worked in communications for over 15 years and currently manages media relations for NatWest, having previously worked for the BBC, National Theatre of Scotland and Assembly. Recent banking PR campaigns include working with comedian Paul Black to create the “Money Mule Man” and raise awareness of money muling and working with Manchester United goalkeeper Emily Ramsey to help give customers savings tips. Andrew is also a committee member of CIPR Scotland, the Chartered Banker Institute, part of the diversity panel of the Dandelion Festival and a member of BAFTA Scotland.
A huge well done to all of our Semi-Finalists and best of luck to our Finalists.
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