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.
Supporting customers affected by COVID-19
HSBC has introduced a range of measures to support individuals, businesses and communities affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Supporting communities in Asia-Pacific
From food packs to face masks, HSBC donations are boosting COVID-19 recovery programmes.
Social bonds fund COVID-19 response
HSBC has helped clients raise USD19.9 billion to support communities affected by the crisis.
Showing our support in Hong Kong
A USD7.7 million charitable donation is part of the bank’s help for the city during COVID-19.
Our COVID-19 donation fund
HSBC’s USD25 million fund is supporting relief and recovery efforts worldwide.
Coronavirus: a message from our Group Chief Executive
Noel Quinn explains how HSBC is helping its customers during the coronavirus situation.
After the pandemic
The response to COVID-19 may trigger major shifts in how societies operate, says Stephen King, Senior Economic Adviser, HSBC.
Why a speedy return to growth is unlikely, even as COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease.
Keeping trade moving
Digital solutions may help importers and exporters face up to the challenges created by COVID-19.
No cash, please
Will coronavirus worries accelerate the switch towards contactless payments?
Please use the tool below to find further information on the support HSBC can provide you. If you cannot find a specific link here for what you need, please speak to your relationship manager or visit your HSBC website for your location or business.
World Autism Awareness Day 2020
HSBC is committed to creating a supportive working culture where people with autism can thrive.
Towards a more equal world
HSBC employees share their thoughts on how to make further progress on gender equality.
Supporting business growth in Australia
HSBC is bringing capital and expertise to a new fund helping companies achieve their potential.
HSBC welcomes the Year of the Rat
The bank is marking Lunar New Year with employees, customers and communities around the world.