Careers in Hong Kong
HSBC was founded in Hong Kong in March 1865 to finance growing trade between Europe, India and China. Today we operate in 65 countries and territories but retain a strong commitment to Hong Kong, which is one of our two home markets.
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Why work for HSBC in Hong Kong?
HSBC employs about 30,000 people in Hong Kong. The bank is known in Cantonese as “Wayfoong”, which translates as “focus of wealth” or “abundance of remittances”.
We are the largest bank incorporated in Hong Kong, which is our business and operational centre for the Asia-Pacific region. As a result, we provide many ways for experienced candidates and students and graduates to achieve their career ambitions.
We offer varied opportunities across all areas of HSBC, including retail and private banking, wealth management, commercial and investment banking, global markets, asset management and insurance.
In addition, we have roles in operational and support functions such as compliance and risk management, legal, technology, HR, finance, marketing, IT and communications.
As an HSBC employee in Hong Kong, you will have access to tailored professional development opportunities and a competitive pay and benefits package. We work hard to ensure that our workplace is a diverse, inclusive and meritocratic environment and we have a strong commitment to sustainability and community projects.
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