The group has shuffled its UK private banking operations.
HSBC Private Banking has bolstered its regional and ultra-high net worth and media teams with five new appointments.
Nathan Dosanjh has joined the firm's Birmingham team as a relationship manager. He joined from Investec Wealth Management, where he was business development director and responsible for the West Midlands.
The Birmingham branch also recently recruited Adrian Hogg as a strategic financial planner. He transferred to HSBC's private banking unit from HSBC Premier.
Darren Watkins has joined HSBC Private Banking in the Southwest and Wales, also from Premier. While there, he worked with high net worth clients for seven years.
Earlier this year, Sam Fearon, associate director in HSBC Private Banking's credit advisory team, moved to Liverpool as a relationship manager covering the Northwest.
“The new appointments reflect the continued growth of HSBC Private Banking outside London as a result of heightened interest from business owners and entrepreneurs who are also customers of HSBC’s commercial banking business,” the firm said in a statement.