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22 Sep 2017

India punches its weight

Recent reforms could help to make India the world’s third largest economy within a decade, say HSBC’s Pranjul Bhandari and James Pomeroy.

20 Sep 2017

Supporting family and facing the future

More than 70 per cent of people are providing financial support to someone in their family – but few have plans in place for the future.

15 Sep 2017

Selfies are the latest way to pay

HSBC customers in China can transfer money easily and securely with a selfie, thanks to the introduction of facial recognition technology.

8 Sep 2017

Australian trade back in surplus

Growth in exports of tourism, education and liquefied natural gas, along with rising commodity prices, have helped Australia achieve a trade surplus.

31 Aug 2017

Liquid assets

The HSBC Water Programme is changing the lives of millions of people through water provision, protection, education and scientific research.

29 Aug 2017

The third age of entrepreneurship

Starting a business is an increasingly popular choice among people aged 50 and over, says Charlie Hoffman, HSBC Private Banking.

25 Aug 2017

Fintech: Friend or foe?

Banks and fintechs have complementary strengths and can benefit from working together, according to HSBC’s Darryl West.

23 Aug 2017

China’s restructuring boosts exports

Increasing technological sophistication in Chinese exports has helped the country capitalise on the rebound in global demand, says HSBC’s Qu Hongbin.

17 Aug 2017

Green bonds come of age

Green bonds have a crucial role to play in helping society meet the challenge of climate change, says HSBC’s Gordon French.

11 Aug 2017

The grid adapts to green power

National power grids must adapt as renewable electricity becomes an increasingly important part of the energy mix, says HSBC’s Sean McLoughlin.

22 Sep 2017

India punches its weight

Recent reforms could help to make India the world’s third largest economy within a decade, say HSBC’s Pranjul Bhandari and James Pomeroy.

20 Sep 2017

Supporting family and facing the future

More than 70 per cent of people are providing financial support to someone in their family – but few have plans in place for the future.

15 Sep 2017

Selfies are the latest way to pay

HSBC customers in China can transfer money easily and securely with a selfie, thanks to the introduction of facial recognition technology.

8 Sep 2017

Australian trade back in surplus

Growth in exports of tourism, education and liquefied natural gas, along with rising commodity prices, have helped Australia achieve a trade surplus.

31 Aug 2017

Liquid assets

The HSBC Water Programme is changing the lives of millions of people through water provision, protection, education and scientific research.

29 Aug 2017

The third age of entrepreneurship

Starting a business is an increasingly popular choice among people aged 50 and over, says Charlie Hoffman, HSBC Private Banking.

25 Aug 2017

Fintech: Friend or foe?

Banks and fintechs have complementary strengths and can benefit from working together, according to HSBC’s Darryl West.

23 Aug 2017

China’s restructuring boosts exports

Increasing technological sophistication in Chinese exports has helped the country capitalise on the rebound in global demand, says HSBC’s Qu Hongbin.

17 Aug 2017

Green bonds come of age

Green bonds have a crucial role to play in helping society meet the challenge of climate change, says HSBC’s Gordon French.

11 Aug 2017

The grid adapts to green power

National power grids must adapt as renewable electricity becomes an increasingly important part of the energy mix, says HSBC’s Sean McLoughlin.

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