Asia Wealth Management
Our wealth management businesses help high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth individuals and their families to grow, manage and preserve their wealth. As part of our significant investment in accelerating HSBC’s growth in Asia over the next few years, we’re expanding our client-facing and investment-focused teams in Wealth Management and Private Banking across mainland China, Hong Kong and Singapore.
It's an exciting time to work in wealth management at HSBC. Our rich Asian heritage, strong international experience and global network mean we’re ideally positioned to offer high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth clients a full range of support as they accumulate wealth.
Asia's middle class is forecast to double in size by 2030, with many families set to enjoy higher incomes and greater wealth. We work with clients across the generations. They are becoming increasingly global, with more sophisticated onshore and cross-border financial management needs, and are using mobile and other digital channels to manage their wealth.
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To ensure we continue to support their requirements, we’re making significant investments in our people and technology and have also strengthened collaboration between our four global businesses. This is providing many new opportunities for high-calibre, experienced professionals to join our fast-expanding wealth management teams.
We are now recruiting the following client-facing and investment-focused roles as part of our Retail Banking and Wealth Management and Global Private Banking business Wealth development strategy.
Roles in Retail Banking and Wealth Management
In Relationship Management you are responsible for building and deepening long-term relationships with your clients. You understand the services and products available to them and guide them on what is most suitable to meet their lifestyle and financial needs.
Search and apply for Relationship Management roles in mainland China, Hong Kong and Singapore (opens in new window).
In an Advisory role you provide advice to clients on financial products and investments based on their risk appetite and short to long term plan. You are responsible for providing recommendations and scenarios that align to their expectations and goals. This means you must have strong knowledge and wide technical expertise on investment products.
Search and apply for Advisory roles in mainland China, Hong Kong and Singapore (opens in new window).
Management and Support
Our management roles are responsible for a range of activities in our HSBC Jade branches such as the management of sales and services and staff management. Our support roles assist clients and colleagues in the overall achievement of clients' retail banking needs and services.
Search and apply for Management and Support roles in Hong Kong and Singapore (opens in new window).
If you’re interested in pursuing a career in insurance, read more about our current Insurance roles in Hong Kong and find out how they support our Wealth clients.
Read more about HSBC Jade in Hong Kong (opens in new window), Singapore (opens in new window) and mainland China (opens in new window).
Read more about working in Retail Banking and Wealth Management.
Roles in Global Private Banking
Global Private Banking Relationship Manager: you will work with high-net-worth individuals to help them achieve their financial and personal goals.
Location: Hong Kong (opens in new window), Singapore (opens in new window)
Investment Counsellor: you will be responsible for the positioning and delivery of investment solutions to clients of HSBC Private Bank.
Location: Hong Kong, (opens in new window) Singapore (opens in new window)
Investment Counsellor Analyst: you will be working closely with Investment Counsellors and support them with client related tasks and investment solution initiatives.
Location: Hong Kong (opens in new window)
Client Service Executive: you will collaborate closely with Relationship Managers in delivering exceptional service to our clients.
Location: Hong Kong (opens in new window)
Read more about working in Global Private Banking.
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