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Global trade and receivables finance

Trade confidently, backed by the strength of an established partner

The right trade and supply chain partner is vital in a world where both speed and attention to detail are crucial. Your dedicated Global Relationship Manager will take the time to understand your business' needs throughout the supply chain, harnessing HSBC's full–suite of capabilities to best serve you. Our depth of business knowledge and worldwide presence can be the edge your company needs to tackle new and unfamiliar markets.

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The HSBC network

If your business relies on moving goods or services across borders, consider that HSBC clients benefit from over 140 years of trade and supply chain knowledge delivered by on the ground experts in over 60 countries helping to make their businesses run smoothly and efficiently.

Strategic solutions

Thought leadership and innovation to help you understand and manage your supply chain. Our best in class products and experienced trade professionals will assist in mitigating international trade risks and streamlining your trade flows to keep your operations running like clockwork.

Foreign exchange

Foreign currency can be vital to your success as a cross–border operation. Our foreign currency solutions stand apart as a result of our global presence – quoting competitive prices in all tradable currencies 24 hours a day.

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.

Trade and Supply Chain transactions may be subject to credit approval. Other restrictions, including specific country regulations may apply. Foreign currency exchange rates may apply to certain trade transactions. Certain products and solutions may not be offered in every market.

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