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Since: Jul 12
#1 May 17, 2013
As the shareholders in Germany opposes the re-election of Mr Flint as Chairman and Mr Gulliver CEO of HSBC Holdings Plc.
Mr Stuart Gulliver describes HSBC’s Criminal behaviour as Errors
Is Mr Douglas Flint HSBC’s and Scotland’s answer to Pinocchio?
Will British shareholders show the same Courageous Integrity or will the support the Chairman and the CEO?
At the 2010 Mr Flint strongly object to my reference to Nick Lesson, as a shareholder of HSBC I have to say I would prefer dealing with the likes of the Lesson's of this world than the Flint's and Gulliver's.
A Fool or just Bullshxt by Mr Gulliver?
He gave the world Courageous Integrity and HSBC Values. Is he leading by example?
Mr Gulliver states Drug Cartels being able to launder money through HSBC for over ten years was an Error.
This is a man, who studied Law at Oxford University, so a reasonable person would think Mr Gulliver would know the difference between Errors and Criminal behaviour?
A little history of Mr Gulliver and what pearls of wisdom he has share with the world.
Mr Gulliver didn't come from a wealthy family and did not go to public school. Mr Gulliver went to grammar school in Plymouth, and then went on to study Law at Oxford University. He wanted to be a barrister but my parents couldn’t afford it. Later he met a HSBC Executive at a drinks party, the rest is history as they say.
Quotes by Mr Gulliver
You can reinvent yourself in Hong Kong the only limitation is your own intelligence and drive.
On HSBC he says he wants HSBC is seen as a moral and decent firm. Is this another obscene joke by Mr Gulliver, what is moral and decent about HSBC allowing money laundering and lying and cheating customers in India?
I want to hand this firm off with its reputation intact or enhanced at the end of my stewardship.
The reputation of HSBC in the USA concerning money laundering and the abuses of customers, will never recover while he is the CEO.
He states that HSBC is completely different to the one who made the errors. Is this Mr Gulliver telling the truth?
There are thirteen Board Directors who were Directors before 2010 and still Directors today, so how is HSBC different today
The damage The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in India (Mr Gulliver is their Chairman) has and is doing to innocent people not only in India, also to Indian's around the world is unforgivable.
Mr Gulliver didn't come from a wealthy family so why is he allowing tens of thousands of ordinary Indian family's lives to be destroyed by The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in India?
Tens of thousands of Family’s around the world will be very HAPPY when Mr Flint and Mr Gulliver leave HSBC. For them the illegal and criminal behaviour of HSBC may stop?
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