Martin Glynn, A Corporate Director and Former President and CEO of HSBC Bank (USA)
Martin Glynn, a corporate director, was President and CEO of HSBC Bank USA until his retirement in 2006.
In this episode, Ashutosh Garg converses with Martin Glynn, a corporate director, and the former President and CEO of HSBC Bank USA. Martin is the chairman of the Public Sector Investment Board (PSP Investments) and is a director of Husky Energy Inc., Sun Life Financial Inc. Martin Holds a BA from Carleton University and an MBA from the University of British Columbia. Martin shares with us the three key milestones in his illustrious professional life. The corporate leader analyzes the changes the banking sector has been undergoing in the past three decades. He talks about the digital revolution in banking and explains how it will reduce the number of bank branches. Later in the episode, Martin talks about the future of the cashless economy and digital payment options. He explains how COVID-19 has caused a shift towards people adopting cashless payments. Martin talks about the core values he upholds and defines the qualities that make a CEO successful. He opines about how the millennials and Gen-Z are transforming finance and banking. The corporate director explains what he looks for before accepting a board position and talks about the level of transparency required while serving on boards. Martin shares with us his definition of success. Before concluding, he advises aspiring bankers. Tune in to find more!
Martin Glynn, a corporate director, was President and CEO of HSBC Bank USA until his retirement in 2006. During his 24 years with HSBC, an international banking and financial services organization, Martin held various senior positions including President and CEO of HSBC Bank Canada. He is Chairman of the Public Sector Investment Board (PSP Investments) and is a director Husky Energy Inc., Sun Life Financial Inc., The American Patrons of the National Library and Galleries of Scotland and SMRU Consulting Group (affiliated with University of St Andrews in Scotland). He also is an advisor to Balfour Pacific Capital. Martin Holds a BA from Carleton University and an MBA from University of British Columbia.