HSBC

London-headquartered and Shanghai Banking Corporation, or HSBC, is one of the world's biggest financial institutions. Founded on 1865 in Hong Kong, it is now the second largest bank in Europe, just behind BNP Paribas. 

In 2018, the Financial Stability Board, a policy research and development entity called, listed HSBC as amongst the 29 banks worldwide who are "systemically important financial institutions"—that is, financial organisations whose size and role meant that any failure could cause serious systemic problems.

HSBC wins two major titles in the Asian Experience Awards for projects in the Philippines

It led two major projects—HSBC Wildcats brand campaign and HSBC Disney Marvel partnership—to strengthen its mark in the country.

HSBC wins two major titles in the Asian Experience Awards for projects in the Philippines

It led two major projects—HSBC Wildcats brand campaign and HSBC Disney Marvel partnership—to strengthen its mark in the country.

HSBC appoints co-heads for commercial banking business in Asia: report

Amanda Murphy will lead South Asia and SEA whilst Frank Fang, the GBA.

71% of start-ups in GBA expect revenue growth within 3 years

Revenue growth was most expected by Biotechnology start-ups (30%).

HSBC ahead of China wealth hiring targets, mulls re-entering India private banking

By end-2021, HSBC will have 64 working in its China onshore private banking.

HSBC, Temasek partner to fund sustainable infrastructure projects in Asia

The two hope to dispense over US$1b of loans over the next five years.

HSBC aims to be Asia’s top wealth manager in five years: report

HSBC’s Trista Sun expects 500 million middle class Chinese by 2025.

Growing exodus of junior bankers poses talent shortage for banks in Asia: report

Even raises of up to 30% has failed to stop junior investment bankers from leaving.