Banking giant HSBC USA has said it would sell its Wealth and Tax Advisory Services USA business to some of its managing directors for up to $65.9 million as part of a management buyout.

The deal is expected to help the business pursue a broader expansion strategy. HSBC will receive $5 million in cash along with a performance payment in the form of deferred notes with a principal amount totaling $60.85 million.

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