Noel Quinn has been serving as interim chief executive, following the departure of former CEO John Flint last year.
Global markets and securities services businesses will be combined at HSBC into a single unit, with new roles for its two custody heads.
Equities sales and trading in Europe and the US fixed income division set for overhaul at HSBC as part of restructure plans.
The bank acted as the counterparty and settlement agent for the interest rate swaps trade by Singapore investment firm Dymon Asia.
Maxim Safonov joins BCS Global Markets after more than two years leading local rates and credit trading for HSBC in Europe.
JP Morgan nabs top market share in European fixed income, as e-trading grows to 45% of overall trading in the market in 2019.
HSBC joins major investors in operating system provider OpenFin, including as Barclays, CME Group, DRW, JP Morgan and Wells Fargo.
George Elhedery and Greg Guyett will head up global banking and markets at HSBC, as the bank confirms Samir Assaf will step down next year.
The partnership between HSBC, SGX and sovereign wealth fund Temasek marks the first end-to-end digitisation effort focusing on the Asian bond markets.
The US CFTC also fined NatWest Markets, PNC Bank and Northern Trust for reporting and risk management regulation failures.