29 Mar 2017
Helping to prevent human trafficking
HSBC is training staff in its branches to spot the signs of human trafficking and alert law enforcement agencies where necessary.
27 Mar 2017
Trade agreements: think smaller, for now
Bilateral or small regional trade agreements could pave the way for greater market openness and economic integration, says HSBC’s Douglas Lippoldt.
17 Mar 2017
Inspiring the next generation
The HSBC Youth Opportunities Programme has helped nearly a million young people living in care or poverty or displaced by conflict or abuse.
15 Mar 2017
Solar power’s bright future
Solar power is set to overtake wind as the world’s leading renewable technology as its cost falls, says Sean McLoughlin, Analyst, HSBC.
8 Mar 2017
More fair, more balanced
A local branch of Balance, HSBC’s global staff network promoting gender equality, is helping create new opportunities for female employees in India.
6 Mar 2017
Britain keeps spending – for now
The UK economy is performing unexpectedly well, causing HSBC to lift its growth forecast for 2017 from 1.2 per cent to 1.9 per cent.
2 Mar 2017
Blockchain can pull trade into the digital age
Blockchain technology could revolutionise trade – making it cheaper, quicker and simpler to trade internationally, says Vivek Ramachandran.
27 Feb 2017
HSBC’s Louisa Cheang explores the findings of a new study into attitudes towards housing, including how they vary by age and nationality.
21 Feb 2017
Annual Results 2016: message from Group Chief Executive
We made good progress in 2016. Our diversified business model performed well in challenging conditions and the implementation of our strategic actions is well advanced.
16 Feb 2017
A wave of green power in Mexico
HSBC is boosting its use of renewable energy by buying power from a new windfarm in Mexico, as well as from renewable sources in India and the UK.