Managing a career and a family is a challenging balancing act, when both partners are working full time this becomes even more complicated with competing priorities in work, and at home.
How do we balance this and make sure the relationship with our partners remains strong and that we remain happy!
Amanda Murphy, Head of Corporate Banking, UK Commercial Banking
Amanda Murphy is the Head of Corporate Banking for HSBC in the UK, in this role Amanda leads over 300 RMs spread across the UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and the International Subsidiary Banking business.
Amanda Murphy joined HSBC in 1995 on the Bank’s Graduate Training Programme. Her first role at the Golders’ Green retail branch in London encompassed everything from lending to local businesses, helping customers buy their first homes, to cashiering at the till.
Since then Amanda has worked in many areas of HSBC’s Global business including as Head of CMB in Indonesia, Relationship Director in the UK, Canada and Dubai for Corporate Banking, a Senior Risk Manager in Hong Kong, and within our Group Learning and Development Department.
Having enjoyed assignments all over the world, in 2013 Amanda took on the role as Head of Business Banking, UK. In Q4 2014 Amanda led the creation of the Mid-Market business in the UK and subsequently took of the role as Head of Corporate Banking for the UK.
Amanda has an LLB from The Queen’s University and an MBA from Warwick University. She is also ACIB qualified.
Married with three young children, Amanda looks forward to time with her family, friends and dogs. Her interests include golf, the theatre and travelling; and whenever the opportunity presents itself, she and her family enjoy returning to the family home in Dublin.