Our investment case: Investor factbooks
We produce factbooks to help investors understand the strategy and performance of HSBC Group and our four main global businesses.
We are the world’s leading international bank, with unparalleled access to high-growth markets and a strong balance sheet that provides the foundation for a sustained dividend. Our international network – covering countries and territories that account for more than 90 per cent of global GDP, trade and capital flows – generates more than half of the HSBC Group’s client revenue.
Since 2011, we have pursued a two-part strategy: to develop our international network, and to invest in wealth and retail businesses with local scale. This strategy is working and has enabled us to capitalise on our competitive strengths.
The next phase of our strategy is to return to growth, improve returns, and enhance the service we provide to customers. In June 2018, Group Chief Executive John Flint set out a series of strategic priorities to help us achieve these aims and also outlined updated financial targets for the Group.
We support approximately 1.7 million business customers in 53 countries and territories with banking products and services to help them operate and grow.
Global Banking and Markets
We provide financial services and products to companies, governments and institutions. Our comprehensive range of products and solutions can be combined and customised to meet clients’ specific objectives.
Global Private Banking
We help high net worth individuals and their families to grow, manage and preserve their wealth.
Retail Banking and Wealth Management
We help millions of people across the world to manage their finances, buy their homes, and save and invest for the future.
To find out more detail about our strategic priorities and financial targets, read the HSBC Strategy Update that we announced in June 2018.
Results and announcements
Read financial results and reports for HSBC Holdings plc and its subsidiary companies.
A smashing end to badminton’s year
Top badminton players are battling it out at the first HSBC BWF World Tour Finals.
Businesses seek green gains
Businesses can benefit financially by encouraging their suppliers to be more sustainable.
The new space race
Satellites could help to connect 350 million people worldwide to the internet in the coming decade, says HSBC’s Davey Jose.