HSBC Malta

Simon Callaghan, Head of Strategic Change and Channel Optimisation at HSBC Malta, has bid farewell to the bank after over 19 years of employment.

Simon Callaghan / LinkedIn

Mr Callaghan took to social media to announce his departure.

“Thank you to everyone at HSBC for the past 19 years,” he wrote.

“I have had so many once-in-a-lifetime experiences, made so many friends, had so many laughs, and delivered so many projects and programmes. So many more to come as I start my next chapter,” he continued.

Following his departure from HSBC, Mr Callaghan started serving as a Freelance Business Change and Transformation Professional.

The former Head of Strategic Change had joined HSBC back in January 2003 and, for the following five-and-a-half years, he held various operational and customer facing roles.

In September 2008, Mr Callaghan was appointed Change Manager for Brands and Propositions at the bank’s London offices. Four-and-a-half years later, he was promoted to Global Channel Programme Manager.

Mr Callaghan made his way to Malta after four years in said role, taking on the position of Transformation Programme Manager at HSBC’s Malta offices.

A year-and-a-half after that, in October 2018, he was promoted to Head of Strategic Change and Channel Optimisation – a position which he held up until his resignation earlier this month.

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