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HSBC Bank Names New Regional Manager

7 August 2008

Anne Marie Hughes named Senior Global Relationship Manager for Pennsylvania and Delaware Region

New York - HSBC Bank USA, N.A. today announced the appointment of Anne Marie Hughes as senior global relationship manager for the Pennsylvania and Delaware region. Based in Philadelphia, Hughes is responsible for serving the international needs of multinational corporations with over USD $250 million in sales. She is an important member of HSBC's commercial banking team which spans 64 countries and territories and includes approximately 7,350 relationship managers. Hughes reports to Adriana Collins, commercial executive for the Pennsylvania and Delaware region.

"Anne Marie brings a wealth of knowledge to this role having served in a variety of positions which include investment banking and wealth management," said Aimee Daniels, executive vice president and Regional President for the Mid-Atlantic region. "She will assist local corporations looking to grow their customer base or source products from overseas markets - especially in emerging markets."

"In a recent HSBC study, over two-thirds (67%) of companies surveyed said their company's international business was growing faster than their domestic business," added Collins. "Companies in this region are experiencing similar trends. Given local seaports and innovation in this region, Pennsylvania and Delaware companies have a variety of international banking needs which Anne Marie and our team can address."

Hughes brings more than nineteen years of banking experience to HSBC. Prior to this, she was senior vice president and managing director of National City Bank's East Coast corporate banking unit. Her responsibilities included managing a group of commercial bankers serving the needs of companies with USD $250 million to USD $2 billion in revenues. From 2002 to 2005, Hughes served as vice president and Principal for Wachovia Wealth Management's Main Line Division.

In addition to her professional responsibilities, Hughes is Chairperson of The Philadelphia Orchestra's Corporate Development Committee.
Hughes earned a B.A. in economics and financial management from The Catholic University of America, where she was a Cardinal Gibbons Honors Scholarship Recipient.

Notes to editors:

For copies of HSBC's Financial and International Needs survey referenced above, please contact Juanita Gutiérrez.

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HSBC Bank USA, N.A. and its sister bank, HSBC National Bank USA, have more than 460 bank branches throughout the United States, with about 380 in New York state; branches in California and Pennsylvania; and a growing network of branches in Connecticut, Washington, D.C., Florida, New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia. There is also a branch in each of the following states: Delaware, Illinois, Oregon and Washington State.

HSBC Bank USA, N.A. is the principal subsidiary of HSBC USA Inc., an indirectly-held, wholly-owned subsidiary of HSBC North America Holdings Inc. HSBC USA Inc. is one of the nation's 10 largest bank holding companies by assets.

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