Published: 10 May 2018


HSBC UK Commercial Banking today announces the recent appointment of Andrew Steer as Area Director for Business Banking across Surrey and Sussex.


Andrew has held a previous senior leadership role at HSBC since joining in 2010 and has over 20 years’ commercial and corporate banking experience at both Lloyds Banking Group and the Bank of Scotland. Andrew will lead a team of Relationship Managers supporting owner-managed businesses with a turnover of £2 million to £6.5 million across Surrey and Sussex.


Brian Weare, Regional Director for South and East, HSBC UK said: “Andrew brings extensive experience to the team and I look forward to the role that he can play in supporting businesses across Surrey and Sussex. This new role is created at an exciting time as HSBC completes the creation of the ring-fenced bank in the UK and continues to support SME businesses throughout the South East.”


Andrew Steer commented: “I am delighted to take on the role of Area Director for Surrey and Sussex. I am passionate about the role that HSBC can play in supporting businesses across all sectors. I believe that both international trade and emerging technology make it a very exciting time to be working with small and medium-sized businesses in Surrey and Sussex to help them reach their potential.”

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