Read speeches made by senior HSBC executives, including our Group Chairman and Group Chief Executive.
|26 Nov 2020||
Creating and sustaining meaningful partnerships
Partnership is vital to overcoming challenges ranging from COVID-19 to climate change, says HSBC Group Chairman Mark Tucker.
|23 Nov 2020||
The banking industry must lead Europe’s recovery
The financial services industry must play a leading role in supporting European economies as they move through the ongoing crisis into recovery, according to HSBC Group Chairman Mark Tucker.
|31 Jan 2020||
A new era for China-UK relations
The time is right to work towards a more strategic relationship between China and the UK, says HSBC Group Chairman Mark Tucker.
|22 Nov 2019||
Insuring the future in Asia
Technology can help insurers reach more consumers in Asia, according to HSBC Group Chairman Mark Tucker.
|18 Jun 2019||
Renewing trust in banking
The UK financial services sector must continue to work hard to restore its reputation following the financial crisis, says HSBC Group Chairman Mark Tucker.
|15 May 2019||
Opening up China’s economy
Policies targeting key areas have been instrumental in supporting China’s growth over the past 40 years, according to HSBC Group Chairman Mark Tucker.
|01 Mar 2019||
How China and the UK can advance globalisation
China has a key role to play in promoting greater global integration – with the support of countries such as the UK, says HSBC Group Chairman Mark Tucker.
|26 Jun 2018||
Towards a more strategic UK-China relationship
The UK and China could benefit from closer cooperation in areas such as sustainability, says HSBC Group Chairman Mark Tucker.
|20 Jun 2018||
Green opportunities on the Belt and Road
The Belt and Road Initiative is a key part of China’s efforts to tackle climate change, says Bryce Johns, Group Head of Insurance, HSBC.
|14 Jun 2018||
Developing the green bond market
Green bonds have an important part to play in tackling climate change, says HSBC’s John Flint.
|28 Nov 2017||
Asia: The centre of global trade and growth
Continued economic reforms could help Asia play an even greater role on the world stage, says HSBC Group Chairman Mark Tucker.
|15 Nov 2017||
Rethinking global trade finance
Business leaders must take action to improve access to trade finance, says Natalie Blyth.
|11 Oct 2017||
China's global ambitions
China’s growing influence in international affairs should be welcomed, says Stuart Gulliver.
|09 Aug 2017||
China opens up to inward investors
The US and China are set to cooperate in areas including capital markets, technology and innovation and retail, says David Liao, CEO and President, HSBC China.
|06 Apr 2017||
Inside tomorrow’s China
China is now the world’s leading advocate for open trade, says HSBC’s Stuart Gulliver.
|07 Feb 2017||
Seizing the Asian opportunity
Businesses seeking growth in Asia need to understand how it is changing, says Stuart Gulliver.
|16 Dec 2016||
Trade finance in a changing world
Digital technology could make international trade safer and quicker, says Douglas Flint.
|11 Oct 2016||
China’s economic transition continues to offer opportunities for international businesses, says HSBC Group Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver.
|30 Sep 2016||
Sharing information is key to combatting financial crime, says Stuart Levey, Chief Legal Officer, HSBC.
|24 Aug 2016||
Financing China’s green ambitions
China is committed to fighting climate change, says Helen Wong, Chief Executive, Greater China, HSBC - and businesses must adapt to stay competitive.
Leadership and governance
Meet our board of directors and senior management and find out more about our approach to corporate governance.
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.