Jamieson Bryan

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Flat 20A Block E, Prince of Wales Hospital, 46 Ngan Shing Street, SHATIN N.T., Hong Kong SAR

About Me

Jamieson Bryan is currently seeking his next challenging position in Asia. Driving Change & Transformation in complex organizations would attract Jamieson’s broad consulting talents and exercise his extensive banking skills, built up over the past 20+ years in Asia.
Most recently, he was the Senior Client Partner executive responsible for the HSBC Global Asian relationships covering APAC and UK supported by US & India partners. Focused on Global Payments; Capital Markets; Custody, Treasury & Securities Services; Commercial Bank; Private Bank; and Insurance domains – where he aims to coordinate, develop and deepen the 20 year relationship with that Global Bank that would double the sustainable business over the next 3 years. His targeted growth plan, if implemented correctly, would take this strategic global business unit to USD 300 million revenues by 2015.

Jamieson built relationships with both business heads and their corresponding Tech & Ops partners, to fill gaps, provide advisory services and help make those BUs successful in their market entry, product extension, conversion and roll out programmes – all the while ensuring tight alignment with the Bank’s Global consolidation and standardization objectives. He reported directly to the MD & CEO for the Global Bank FS Business Unit, based in Chicago. Since joining as Senior Client Partner, Jamieson and team have: Increased Revenue by USD38M which represented a 33% rise YOY; Grew Contribution Margin by 15% or USD24M, while ensuring Gross Operating Profit rose to 22% overall; with more than 3,400 FTEs engaged in HSBC’s business, technology and operations around the world.

Previously, he lead J.P.Morgan’s International Payments Projects, for Treasury Services Global Core Cash Management Group, based in London & Bournemouth, UK. Jamieson had direct responsibility over 415 operations specialists who support the Asia Pacific processing operations for JPMC’s USD 7.4 trillion global cash payments business.


School Name

Harvard University


President's Seminar, Executive Program

Time Period

2000 – 2001