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Canada would gain from increased trade co-operation with its NAFTA partners, says Sandra Stuart, President and CEO, HSBC Canada.
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As HSBC demonstrates its backing for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality, colleagues talk about being open about who they are.
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HSBC shows Pride support
Smaller and medium-sized businesses can harness new technology to compete for market share
#Canada to gain from annual #TTP tariff cuts making international #trade easier #HSBCinsight t.co/f6NsKjiWYf t.co/tTWnLxe2te
Green finance more expensive than other bonds, better #greenbond financing incentives are needed: #HSBC's Simoes #BusinessClimate
#HSBC's Simoes: A securitised product with a #funding mechanism pooling vulnerable countries' needs & risk is possible #BusinessClimate
Public sector can do more to quantify #climaterisk by phasing out USD 4.9tn fossil fuels subsidies: #HSBC's Antonio Simoes #BusinessClimate
Publication of FSB taskforce report at end of year will help #investors put a price on #climaterisk: #HSBC's Antonio Simoes #BusinessClimate
Our #HSBC #WaterProgramme has helped create 36 fish conservation zones in #Laos & #Thailand #charitytuesday t.co/uHGI4T5LPW
#HSBCPride in full swing during #London and #NYC parades this weekend! Life is best with #nofilter #LoveIsLove t.co/RdyozsqaGt
We're one of the most stable & liquid global financial institutions; and are well placed to support our customers & markets: #HSBC's Flint
Our commitment to British businesses, customers & staff in the UK remains undiminished after #EURefResults: Douglas Flint, #HSBC Chairman
#HSBC Chairman on @iankingsky #Brexit referendum special t.co/fBVl5L9hZv
Beginning the journey
1Q 2016 update
HSBC’s Bernard Rennell explains the regional differences between the world’s entrepreneurs.
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