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The Spectrum of Neurodiverse Talent in Banking Technology

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In recent years, companies have recognised the undervaluation of neurodiverse and autistic people. HSBC ’s first Neurodiversity Ambassador, Jonathan Scott-Lee, led the vanguard to target the hiring of neurodiverse talent beyond mere repetitive and operational tasks, towards senior leadership roles. Jonathan has both ADHD and Autism, yet led HSBC ’s Asia Pacific Cybersecurity division as its Chief Information Security Officer.

It was with irony and sadness that his eldest daughter, Caitlyn (who was also autistic) died by suicide in April this year. Following Caitlyn’s death, Jonathan is now on sabbatical from HSBC and is now supporting the Autism Centre of Excellence and Autism Research Centre as a Visiting Research Fellow.

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