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Benefits of the HSBC network

Strategic global presence, local expertise

HSBC was established in 1865 to finance and facilitate trade between Asia and Europe. Just as international trade has evolved, so has our product suite and expertise in emerging markets all over the world. Trade is in our DNA.

Knowing what the future holds

As businesses increasingly operate within supply chains that span multiple countries, it's critical to have a wider perspective of how a business operates not just now, but how it may operate in the future. When you are thinking of expanding your business internationally, we can assist with all your business' needs.

We have trade and supply chain teams on the ground in the major and emerging trading economies all around the globe, speaking the languages, knowing the people and getting business done. View both the impact and the opportunities brought about by shifting trade patterns, so you can take advantage of opportunities as they emerge.

HSBC's worldwide presence

Our global network translates into the opportunity to use HSBC on both sides of your trading transaction. Working with HSBC can support your efforts to:

  • Save money and time by working with one bank globally and leveraging relationship pricing.
  • Mitigate risks as your Global Relationship Manager helps facilitate seamless transactions with insights on your trade needs in every corner of the world.
  • Manage transactions end to end with the support of 3,700 trade professionals around the world providing you and your Global Relationship Manager with the information needed to quickly make strategic decisions.

Expert research and guidance

What regulatory changes are on the horizon that may impact trade? What new trade corridor could speed your supply chain? Where are fluctuating exchange rates most likely to impact business?

HSBC takes pride in bringing our clients proprietary research on today's ever–changing international business landscape. Knowledge is power, and HSBC's regular trend analyses provide information that can result in more insightful decisions. For market leading research visit HSBC Global Connections.

To learn more about HSBC's role in today's most promising markets visit us at HSBC Global Connections. You can also Contact us for more information or to speak with a Global Relationship Manager.

United States persons (including entities) are 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 should consult a tax adviser for more information.

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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.

Why HSBC?

Access local expertise around the world

  • Access over 8,000 local experts in over 60 markets.
  • Maximize international opportunities and guard against risks.
  • Manage your global banking from a single log on with our award winning HSBCnet.
  • Support and information including online guides, resources and forums.

Talk to us

For more information or to speak with a Global Relationship Manager

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