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HSBC is committed to combatting financial crime. We have developed a set of global standards to prevent money laundering and sanctions breaches, while protecting our customers, communities and the integrity of the financial system.
HSBC is harnessing artificial intelligence and advanced analytics to spot suspicious behaviour.
Ask questions, report suspicions, share information – how banks can help prevent serious crime.
Cooperation between banks and law enforcement agencies is key to tackling financial crime.
HSBC is educating employees about the role that banks can play in preventing human trafficking.
HSBC is committed to sharing information that helps public bodies combat human trafficking.
Sharing information is key to combatting financial crime, says Stuart Levey, Chief Legal Officer, HSBC.