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James Bryski Joins HSBC Commercial Banking Office in San Francisco
16 March 2011
HSBC Bank USA, N.A. (HSBC) today announced the appointment of James Bryski as a Senior Vice President and Commercial Executive within the institution's Commercial Banking unit. Bryski, a University of California-Davis graduate, and his team, will work with mid-size companies that have international operations, are trading internationally, or are interested in expanding overseas. He will be based in San Francisco.
"HSBC continues to expand its presence in the West Coast and in 2010 added 20% more staff in commercial banking across the state and we expect to add more professionals in 2011," said Christopher P. Davies, Senior Executive Vice President and Head of Commercial Banking for HSBC - North America. "We have found that 70 percent of California-based mid-to-large size international businesses anticipate increased international revenues in the coming years and HSBC is ready to support their international ambitions. Hence, it is essential to have experienced individuals such as James and his San Francisco team on the ground. They have in-depth knowledge of what companies need to do when expanding or operating their business overseas to ensure we are meeting their multi-country banking needs."
With more than 25 years of international and domestic corporate banking experience, Bryski has extensive knowledge in credit administration; asset based lending, cash management, foreign exchange and loan syndication. Previous to his current role, Bryski was a Senior Vice President and Corporate Banking Regional Manager at Comerica Bank where he advised West Coast clients on their Asian investments and expansion plans. During his 10 years in Asia with Comerica, he established a Hong Kong Representative Office and managed all South Asian credit activities.
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