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At HSBC we view sponsorship both as an investment to help sustain and grow our business and as an opportunity to connect with customers and colleagues in the local communities in which we serve.

We know first-hand how important it is to understand customers’ passions, which is why the delivery of our sponsorships has a special focus on developing key relationships, building loyalty, nurturing youth and embracing different cultures.

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For all sponsorship proposals, follow the link to the online application form.

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HSBC Champions
HSBC Champions

Created in November 2005, HSBC Champions was established to pull in the world's best male golfers to compete in an elite event.

Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship
Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship

The Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship is now one of the biggest events on the PGA European Tour.

IRB Sevens World Series
IRB Sevens World Series

HSBC has been awarded title naming rights to the IRB Series, which comprises tournaments in Dubai, South Africa, New Zealand, USA, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, England and Scotland. Now known as the HSBC Sevens World Series.

The Open Championship
The Open Championship

HSBC is the Official Patron of The Open Championship, which is without doubt, one of the world's most important golf tournaments and one of the four golfing Majors. It means that HSBC is now associated with the pinnacle of men's golf.

British & Irish Lions
British & Irish Lions

HSBC has renewed sponsorship of the British & Irish Lions for the tour to Australia in 2013.

Wimbledon
Wimbledon Championships

HSBC is Official Banking Partner to The Wimbledon Championships tennis tournament.

Eventing
Eventing

HSBC is now in its fifth year of sponsoring the HSBC FEI Classics™, the pinnacle of international Eventing.

Cutty Sark
Cutty Sark

The partnership between HSBC and Cutty Sark brings together two iconic institutions of global trade, with a very similar heritage.