A digital revolution is happening right now at HSBC. We’re developing global digital solutions that will help millions of customers worldwide to manage their personal and business finances. We are looking for talented professionals to work with a growing team of experts from leading technology companies around the world.
Our role is to bridge any gaps and support our customers to make outbound business easier for them
A world of opportunity
Our global footprint will offer you exposure to different cultures and business challenges. It will also help you expand your professional network and provide you with the opportunity to drive your career forward. Whether collaborating virtually with our colleagues in Pune, helping review a fintech start-up in the Pearl River Delta, or developing new digital products in Mexico, you will be in good company.
Who we’re looking for
We’re looking for talented people with a start-up mentality. You’ll need to be determined, tenacious and committed and relish the challenge of working in a highly regulated environment. Attitude will be as important as expertise as you help us embed digital in the heart of the bank.
We need people with a range of specialist capabilities, from Product Managers and Scrum Masters to Designers and Developers, for roles across Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Global Banking and Markets, Global Private Banking, Commercial Banking and HSBC Operations, Services and Technology.
Join the digital revolution at HSBC (duration 1:23)
Our specialist teams are based in digital hubs in the UK, China (opens in new window), Hong Kong, India and the US. Wherever you join us, you’ll work in a collaborative, innovative and driven team with colleagues who all share your passion for digital. We’ll provide you the opportunities to grow and develop your career, with the stability you would expect from one of the world’s leading financial organisations.
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