Investors

HSBC has unparalleled access to high-growth markets

Capturing value from our network

HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations. Our international network, access to high-growth markets and balance sheet strength help us deliver long-term value for our stakeholders.

3Q 2019 update

HSBC Holdings plc will announce its 3Q 2019 Earnings Release on Monday, 28 October at 4 am GMT. Get the webcast and conference call details, and view our reporting archives.

Results and announcements

Investing in HSBC

Read about HSBC’s investment case and check our financial calendar and consensus financial estimates.

Stock exchange announcements

Read regulatory news issued by HSBC to the London and Hong Kong stock exchanges.

Fixed income investors

Read key documents on securities issued by HSBC Holdings plc and its subsidiary companies.

Investor events and presentations

Download details of our investor roadshows, conferences and presentations.

Shareholder information

If you are an HSBC shareholder, or are interested in becoming one, you can find out about our share price, structure and dividend history and timetable on these pages.
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  • Manage your shareholding

    Find out how to register for updates on your share portfolio, receive key documents by email and get dividends paid directly into your bank account.
  • Dividend history and timetable

    Quarterly dividends are paid on our ordinary shares. See our dividend history and proposed timetable for future payments.

Investor FAQs

Get answers to commonly asked questions about investing in HSBC.

Financial calendar

Investor contacts

Private investor enquiries

London Principal Company Register

Institutional investor enquiries

London Investor Relations team

ESG information

HSBC is committed to giving regular updates on its environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance.

News and insight

Global transactions: the next frontier

HSBC’s Diane S Reyes explains how improvements in payments technology are benefiting businesses.

Green finance in the slow lane

The world is far short of where it needs to be on sustainable investment, says HSBC’s Daniel Klier.

Pumping up the global economy

Fiscal as well as monetary stimulus is needed to revive slowing growth, says Janet Henry, Global Chief Economist, HSBC.