Careers in Thailand
HSBC opened for business in Thailand in 1888. It was the country’s first commercial bank and a year later issued Thailand’s first banknotes. Today we serve corporate and institutional clients in Thailand.
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Why work for HSBC in Thailand?
HSBC in Thailand provides local and multinational companies and financial institutions with a range of commercial banking, financial advisory, treasury and capital markets and securities services. 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 achieve their career ambitions.
We have opportunities in a range of areas, from commercial and investment banking, trade finance and global liquidity and cash management to technology services and compliance and risk.
HSBC opened for business in Thailand in 1888. It was the country’s first commercial bank and a year later issued Thailand’s first banknotes
As an HSBC employee in Thailand, 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.
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