29 Jul 2016
Rising to the climate challenge
Trillions of dollars are needed to fund green infrastructure projects and meet the terms of the COP21 pledges, says HSBC’s Spencer Lake.
26 Jul 2016
Asia’s growth slows further
More stimulus and reforms can help the region avoid a hard landing, says Frederic Neumann, Co-Head of Asian Economic Research, HSBC.
20 Jul 2016
Leading the way
HSBC’s Pam Kaur, named in the UPstanding list published by the Financial Times, talks about the importance of ethnic diversity in the workplace.
19 Jul 2016
World may need more fiscal measures
The global economy is vulnerable to tremors such as the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, says Janet Henry, Global Chief Economist, HSBC.
13 Jul 2016
The generation gap
Working-age people expect to save for seven years longer on average for their retirement than today’s retirees, says HSBC’s John Flint.
11 Jul 2016
China’s measured reform
HSBC Group Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver reflects on China’s growth and says the country remains committed to gradual economic reform.
7 Jul 2016
HSBC’s golf hour
HSBC is offering children and their families a chance to try golf for free at 300 courses across England, Scotland and Wales this July.
7 Jul 2016
HSBC wins at Euromoney awards
HSBC won eight prizes at the Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2016, including ‘World’s Best Investment Bank’ and ‘World’s Best Bank for Corporates’.
5 Jul 2016
Helping others during Ramadan
HSBC employees have supported dozens of community projects and helped thousands of people during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
1 Jul 2016
The global sugar rush
Global sugar consumption continues to rise despite concerns over obesity, driven by population growth and rising per capita use in emerging markets.