The COVID-19 pandemic is testing us all in ways we could never have anticipated. We want to do whatever we can to support our customers during this period.
Helping our customers through the pandemic
We have provided around USD80 billion in support to help our personal and wholesale customers cope with COVID-19.
Navigating towards a global COVID recovery
Sustainability and technology are vital for bouncing back from the pandemic, HSBC research shows.
How banking will change after COVID-19
The pandemic and new technologies will have a permanent impact on the industry, says HSBC's Kevin Martin.
HSBC named best investment bank for sustainability
The Banker recognises our work on sustainable finance and support for communities.
A year of opportunity
International students are finding innovative ways to adapt to disruption caused by COVID-19.
Our COVID-19 donation fund
HSBC’s USD25 million fund is supporting relief and recovery efforts worldwide.
A dose of optimism
Vaccine breakthroughs should usher in a brighter dawn for global economic prospects for 2021, says HSBC’s Janet Henry.
Climate in the COVID era
As COVID-19 sharpens investors’ focus on environmental, social and governance issues, we highlight six developments to watch.
Pandemic hastens digital economy
COVID-19 has accelerated a switch to online living. What could it mean for societies worldwide?
Pandemic compounds plastics problem
Coronavirus has led to an increase in plastic ocean waste – but could beetles and bugs be part of the solution?
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We’re taking action on ESG
A new climate ambition and extra support for customers and colleagues are some of HSBC’s latest environmental, social and governance (ESG) highlights.
HSBC helps UK raise funds to fight climate change
We are advising the UK government on its first ever sovereign green bond.
Cutting carbon for companies
HSBC has led a financing deal that will pay for sectors including construction and utilities to reduce their emissions in China and beyond.
The building that’s set to cut 108,000kg of carbon
An HSBC Hong Kong building’s rooftop solar panels can generate enough energy to power 54 homes.