|Meet Nicola Bromby, Relationship Manager, Premier:
“A best-in-class maternity leave benefit (up to 6 months!), training in work-life balance, accreditation and internal career opportunities have allowed me to grow both my career and my family, without having to give one up for the other”.
| In 2010, the Women’s Development Association of HSBC Bermuda recognised five ‘Hidden Heroes’ for the work they do in the local community. Each received $1000 from HSBC Bermuda to donate to their charity of choice.
Our 2010 Hidden Heroes are, from left to right:
Tahkeesha Welch - Bermuda Netball Association; Social Club Girls’ Under 16 Netball
Rachel Willitts - Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Bermuda
Mariea Caisey - Corporation of St. George’s Mayor(‘06-’09); St. George’s Waterfront Task Force; World Heritage Site; Bermuda Fire Services Advisory
Susan Jackson - Mirrors Programme; Bermuda National Library;YouthNet;
Women’s Resource Centre
Kim Wheddon - Agape House, Friends of Hospice
|Meet Neville Grant, Head of Business Banking, who began
a two year secondment to New York in 2010:
“My secondment to the NYC office is an excellent opportunity for both personal and professional development. Working closely with colleagues in North America will enable me to build my professional network, as well as assist in aligning HSBC Bermuda with the region upon my return. Opportunities like these are the reason HSBC is the employer of choice for me”.
|Sean Dunkley and
|As part of the global HSBC Group, HSBC Bermuda can offer employees the opportunity to gain experience in other jurisdictions.
Meet Sean Dunkley and Lloyd Robson.
In 2011 Sean, St. George’s Branch Manager, is spending 6 months with HSBC UK's Commercial Banking Team. In turn Lloyd, an HSBC UK Executive Management Trainee, has joined the Personal Financial Services Team in Bermuda for 6 months.
Both will return home with a greater level of connectivity within the HSBC Group, and a more developed knowledge of how business is conducted across the organisation.