HSBC General Counsel to Replace Legal Chief Headed for Libra (1)

May 6, 2020, 8:16 PMUpdated: May 6, 2020, 10:04 PM

HSBC Holdings plc has named a veteran member of its legal department to replace chief legal officer Stuart Levey once he departs this summer.

Levey, a former top Treasury Department official who has served as HSBC’s top in-house lawyer since 2012, was announced Wednesday as the new CEO of the Libra Association, a group proposing the creation of a new digital currency backed by Facebook Inc.

HSBC global general counsel Richard Gray will replace Levey on an interim basis as chief legal officer July 1, spokesman Robert Sherman told Bloomberg Law. Sherman said that Gray will continue to handle his ...

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