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HSBC Holdings Management Discusses H1 2012 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

There are 2 comments on the Seeking Alpha story from Jul 30, 2012, titled HSBC Holdings Management Discusses H1 2012 Results - Earnings Call Transcript. In it, Seeking Alpha reports that:

Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the Investors and Analysts Conference Call for HSBC Holdings plc's 2012 Interim Results.

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Since: Jul 12


#1 Jul 30, 2012
My Shame of Mr Flint as Chairman and the Board of Directors.

Courageous Integrity or just Cowardice?

Michael Mason-Mahon Shareholder

Mr Flint must go and go now.

Mr Flint (Chairman), Mr Gulliver (CEO), Lord Green (ex-Chairman), Michael Geoghegan (ex-CEO), Rona Fairhead Board Director (CEO FT Group) and Mr Sam Laidlaw Board Director (CEO Centirca) and the rest of the Board of Directors of HSBC Holdings Plc.

The Penalty should be a $ 4 Billion Fine and Suspend their Banking Licence for 1 year.

Should criminal action be taken against the above people? Has Mr Flint and Mr Gulliver brought their office into disrepute?

As Mr Flint was the Finance Director at the time and now as Chairman, should Mr Flint be held responsible for this criminal behaviour?

What are our Board of Directors doing besides staying silent, is this their Courageous Integrity or is it Faint heartedness (Cowardice)?

Will Mr Flint do the right (as per HSBC Values see page 9 Annual Report) and resign?

Will Mr Flint restore some of the reputation of HSBC (he talks about so much) and resign today?

At the age of 55 these people have made me ashamed not only to be British, ashamed to be a human being, by their actions and inactions. Please go to youtube: stop cheating bankers

When myself and others complained to the FSA about Mr Flint providing false information to shareholder, not telling the truth about complains in India (Does this make the Chairman a liar?)

Richard Hennity General Counsel HSBC Holdings Plc, reply to questions by MP Teresa Pearce, this part of his reply in question four.

(We are not aware of any complaints being made about HSBC India to the FSA except by a shareholder activist called Michael Mason-Mahon.)

Why would HSBC Holdings Plc allow/accept an activist to represent their own customers?

Their customers want my help because they cannot trust this Organisation.

It is my personal belief and experience that Mr Flint as Chairman has very serious problems with telling the truth, even when he should be telling the truth (what he can?) he will still not tell the truth.

Flint saying "‘We cannot undo the mistakes" there not mistakes it is just plain illegal to launder money.

Mr Flint you are the MISTAKE and a very bad MISTAKE at that, just ask customers in India about you.

Since: Jul 12


#2 Jul 30, 2012
Mr Flint Chairman of HSBC Holdings Plc how clean is his hands?

People in India have trusted HSBC only to be abused and had their lives and reputaions ruined.
Did Mr Flint act with Courageous Integrityt or with Cowardice? You decide.

Only today after speaking to Mr Hennity (Legal Counsel) he says the Board of Directors should not be contacted concerning HSBC India and their illegal behaviour as HSBC Holdings Plc is just a Holding Company?

As Mr Gulliver is the Chairman of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited and CEO of HSBC Holdings Plc, like Mr Flint the Board of Directors are fully aware of what is going on in India.

Their treatment of people in India, I have found to be horrendous and disgraceful, it is my personal belief a criminal investigation should take place, concerning the behaviour of and Mr Flint (Lord Green ex-Chairman) also the Board of Directors of HSBC Holdings Plc and The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in India.

My question is simple should any decent society have to accept the following behaviour, money laundering, miss selling to the elderly, threatening to ruin people's lives if they do not pay, falsely registering people with CIBIL and taking money which they are not entitled to?

Should any decent society have to accept the behaviour of HSBC Holdings Plc, Mr Flint (the Chairman) and the Board of Directors Lord Green (ex-Chairman), Michael Geoghegan (ex-CEO)?

Please go to youtube: stop cheating bankers. Then see the real Flint and Gulliver's behaviour then you decide should Flint be the Chairman?


Michael Mason-Mahon

E-mail: [email protected]


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