HSBC

London-headquartered and Shanghai Banking Corporation, or HSBC, is one of the world's biggest financial institutions. Founded on 1865 in Hong Kong, it is now the second largest bank in Europe, just behind BNP Paribas. 

In 2018, the Financial Stability Board, a policy research and development entity called, listed HSBC as amongst the 29 banks worldwide who are "systemically important financial institutions"—that is, financial organisations whose size and role meant that any failure could cause serious systemic problems.

HSBC reveals senior appointments for IWS division

Wei Mei Tan and Michael Wong will see their roles take effect immediately.

HSBC bags two trophies at the HKB Greater Bay Area Enterprise Awards

The bank leverages its cross-border capabilities to better serve customers and SMEs in the Greater Bay Area

HSBC grants HK$1b green loan to Chinachem Group

The group plans to cut in half its carbon emissions by 2030.

UOB and HSBC act as green loan coordinators for $1.85 loan

The Gaw Capital Partners-led consortium will use the loan for the acquisition of office buildings.

HSBC appoints co-heads for commercial banking business in Asia: report

Amanda Murphy will lead South Asia and SEA whilst Frank Fang, the GBA.

71% of start-ups in GBA expect revenue growth within 3 years

Revenue growth was most expected by Biotechnology start-ups (30%).

HKMA announces 19 eligible banks for cross-boundary WMC

Three of the 19 banks include HSBC, Citibank, and Standard Chartered.

HSBC secures awards in Digital, AI – Banking Category at HKB Technology Excellence Awards 2021

The future is here: Simplified data-driven banking meets world-class service 

HSBC exec Diana Cesar is new Hang Seng Bank chief

She will assume the post starting 1 September.

AXA, HSBC unveil insurance for Hong Kong residents studying overseas

For as low as HK$4,000, students can enjoy up to HK$2.5m coverage.

Hong Kong lenders gear up sustainability initiatives as post-pandemic era dawns

The total combined headcount across 18 banks in the city is down 2,000 from just 12 months ago.

Hong Kong poised to become 'Nasdaq of the East'

HSBC cites four trends that will dominate Hong Kong’s equity market.

HSBC unveils new online trading platform for private bank clients in Asia

Clients can buy and sell securities in 10 markets worth up to US$10m daily.

Growing exodus of junior bankers poses talent shortage for banks in Asia: report

Even raises of up to 30% has failed to stop junior investment bankers from leaving.

One in four HK shoppers could do away with bricks-and-mortar: survey

Changes in consumer behaviour as an impact of the pandemic may be here to stay.