Since 1865, one bank has had the steady presence to help clients gain the edge they need to consistently seek out new opportunities and compete in the most promising emerging markets. HSBC has staked our reputation on providing the foundation for businesses to expand and succeed in the more than 60 countries we operate.1
We have experience with a broad range of industries and deal types. Almost anywhere in the world you want to expand to – we are there, ready to help you successfully navigate your expansion.
In today's ever-changing global marketplace, it's critical to have a wider perspective of how a business operates. To harness the capabilities of HSBC's entire global network1, an experienced and dedicated Relationship Manager will work in concert with Global Relationship Managers on the ground in countries around the world.2
Backed by a true advisory team, you will have access to the institutional knowledge necessary to take advantage of opportunities as they emerge, wherever they emerge.
Throughout our 140-year history, HSBC has remained devoted to innovation.
HSBC Global Connections is a comprehensive source for information geared to helping you grow your business internationally. It gives you access to HSBC's proprietary market and country research – keeping you abreast of the latest trends.
You have access to our best–in–class Global Research, supported by over 500 staff members in 20 countries. We specialize in four core product areas – currencies, economics, equities and fixed income – with a particular emphasis on emerging markets.
HSBC clients also maintain complete visibility and control of their accounts around the world through HSBCnet 3, our information and transaction portal.
In today's fast-moving electronic world, it's crucial to be on the leading-edge of technology. HSBC is committed to providing best-in-class products and services, giving your treasury and operations teams what they need to operate efficiently.
To learn more about how HSBC can help your business, contact us.
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1 The HSBC Group operates through a network of affiliates and subsidiaries around the world.
2 Subject to U.S. sanction regulations.
3 HSBCnet features and functionality may vary by country.
4 Customer service hours of operation are 8:00AM ET to 11:00PM ET.
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