New boss vows HSBC to extend the hand of great Britain, the Bank switches to the growth regime.

The new head of HSBC, John flint has put plans to return Europe’s largest lender in the mode of “growth”, after several years of deep spending cuts and scandals.

One of the key objectives of the new Mr. flint’s three-year strategy of aggressive expansion in the UK, primarily through push in the highly competitive mortgage market.

Mr. flint said the Bank home on the market represented “a great opportunity for us.”

HSBC Bank will have more funds in the UK after the restructuring at the beginning of the following month in accordance with the state fencing rules. This will see how to run an independent HSBC UK retail Bank at the expense of own reserves of capital.

Mr. flint said that the Alliance of great Britain wanted to expand the income of at least us $800 million (£599m height) to the end…

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