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Cash management

Gain visibility and control while managing risk and maintaining liquidity

Today's complex and challenging business environment demands sophisticated cash management solutions, beyond the simple processing of payments and collections. HSBC's tailored services can help give you control over your entire financial supply chain.

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Account services

Your Global Relationship Manager will work with you to meet your global account opening needs and assist you with completion of the right documentation.

Collection services

Our vast experience and robust technology platforms will help your business manage collections effectively for all payment types.

Payment services

Dedicated cash management specialists take time to fully understand your company's unique payables process and tailor a solution to suit your needs from our comprehensive suite of flexible payment and delivery methods.

Delivery channels

Realize 24/7 global account access, with seamless connectivity and file integration. Get the real-time and intra-day account and transaction information you need to make informed decisions quickly.

Liquidity services

Maximize investment opportunities and minimize borrowing costs while improving control over accounts and account structure.

Foreign exchange

HSBC provides solutions and services to the world's central banks, international corporations, institutional investors and financial institutions.

The HSBC advantage

Since 1865, HSBC has built the international presence and expertise to serve clients looking for an edge in the world's most promising markets.

Global Asset Management

Benefit from access to on-shore and off-shore asset management solutions.

HSBC Securities Services

Stay competitive by leveraging on HSBC's global network and strength in emerging markets.

HSBC Global Connections

Your online resource for growing your business internationally.

United States persons (including entities) may be subject to U.S. taxation on their worldwide income and may be subject to tax and other filing obligations with respect to their U.S. and non–U.S. accounts. U.S. persons and entities should consult a tax advisor for more information.

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