We have a comprehensive range of policies and systems in place to ensure that the bank is well-managed, with effective oversight and control. The pages below give further detail on some of the most important ways we seek to ensure sound governance.
The Board has appointed a number of committees consisting of certain Directors and co-opted non-director members.
Our governance framework
Find out more about the governance structures and processes we use to meet our responsibilities to stakeholders and protect the business.
The Board aims to promote HSBC’s long-term success, deliver sustainable value to shareholders and promote a culture of openness and debate.
Corporate governance codes
HSBC has high standards of corporate governance and complies with the applicable code provisions of the UK Financial Reporting Council and the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.
RemunerationOur pay strategy is designed to attract and motivate the very best people who are committed to maintaining a long-term career with us.
HSBC takes leading role in Pride
HSBC is backing World Pride in New York as part of its ongoing support for the LGBT+ community.
Supporting tech in the Greater Bay Area
HSBC has launched a fund for technology companies in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau.
Women in the driving seat
An HSBC-backed initiative is training low-income women in Jaipur to become rickshaw drivers.