1Q 2021 quick read
Read the highlights from our 1Q 2021 Earnings Release in our quick read summary.
Webcast and conference call replay
Tuesday, 27 April 2021
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Conference call replay
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Annual General Meeting
Our 2021 AGM will be held on Friday, 28 May at 11 am BST. Find out how you can vote in advance and participate on the day.
Investing in HSBCRead about HSBC’s investment case and check our financial calendar and consensus financial estimates.
Stock exchange announcementsRead regulatory news issued by HSBC to the London and Hong Kong stock exchanges.
Fixed income investorsRead key documents on securities issued by HSBC Holdings plc and its subsidiary companies.
Investor events and presentationsDownload details of our investor roadshows, conferences and presentations.
“A strong and resilient financial performance in an extremely difficult year”
Group Chief Executive Noel Quinn discusses HSBC's 2020 performance, our dividend policy and Asia wealth management strategy, and the important role played by our retail shareholders.
Dividend history and timetable
Find out more about the current period dividend payment and past payments to HSBC shareholders.
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Investor FAQsGet answers to commonly asked questions about investing in HSBC.
Digital banking: transcending transactions
Customers are increasingly seeking out broader and deeper digital interactions with their banks.
Five climate trends for 2021
HSBC’s Daniel Klier examines the themes likely to dominate the run-up to the COP26 conference in November.
A dose of optimism
Vaccine breakthroughs should usher in a brighter dawn for global economic prospects for 2021, says HSBC’s Janet Henry.