We've doubled our commitment to helping businesses grow internationally
In 2013, HSBC provided American businesses $1 billion in loans to help unlock the potential of global markets. In 2014, we're doubling this funding so we can help more companies realize their expansion goals.
Working with companies in over 60 countries and territories has given HSBC a unique perspective on global businesses. Our HSBC International Business relationship managers can provide on-the-ground knowledge in local markets and strive to propose the right mix of financial products and services.
Looking to expand your business abroad?
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Before opening for business in a new country, there are a myriad of factors to consider ranging from liquidity to local business practice. Steven Lotito, Senior Vice President, Global Trade and Receivables Finance, and Dorothy Musho, Senior Vice President, Global Cash Management, discuss the most important of these factors and their implications for successful globalization.Read more about how HSBC can help expand your business globally.
As US companies look to expand or start operations overseas, new risks emerge that must be managed. Learn more about managing cash flow, currency, and payment risk with Karen Gilhooly, Senior Vice President, Global Payments and Cash Management and Ivan Asensio, Senior Vice President, Foreign Exchange Risk Advisory.Read more about HSBC's risk management solutions.
Whether you are looking for traditional financing, asset-based facilities, a receivables finance solution or access to the capital markets, HSBC can help.
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