Careers in Malaysia
HSBC set up its first office in Malaysia in 1884 and later acquired The Mercantile Bank in 1959. Today we offer services including personal finance, commercial banking, investment banking and Islamic finance through a network of more than 60 branches.
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Why work for HSBC in Malaysia?
HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad - the official name for HSBC in Malaysia - employs more than 4,500 people. It includes the Islamic bank HSBC Amanah Malaysia Berhad, a wholly-owned subsidiary that was established in 2008.
As part of one of the world’s largest financial services organisations, we offer many ways for both experienced candidates and students and graduates to realise their ambitions. We have career opportunities across our organisation, in areas including retail, commercial and investment banking, capital markets, wealth management and Islamic banking, as well as within our finance team.
HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad - the official name for HSBC in Malaysia - employs more than 4,500 people
HSBC Operations, Services and Technology, which provides essential operational services, IT and technical support to the bank’s Global Businesses and Functions worldwide, also has a significant presence in Malaysia. Find out more about a career in our two Global Service Centres in Kuala Lumpur.
As an employee of HSBC in Malaysia, 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 have a strong commitment to sustainability.
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