HSBC Hong Kong offers a range of bank accounts with 24/7 online banking services for investments, insurance, credit cards, loans, mortgages and savings.
HSBC Main Building is a headquarters building of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, which is today a wholly owned subsidiary of London-based HSBC Holdings. It is located on the southern side of Statue Square near the location of the old City Hall, Hong Kong (built in 1869, demolished in 1933).
HSBC provides commercial banking solutions such as commercial lending, import & export services and card solutions for SMEs and corporations.
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HSBC in Hong Kong HSBC was established in Hong Kong in 1865 and has since expanded around the world. Find out more about its history, its work in the community and the construction of its iconic Queen’s Road Central office.
However, royalties paid to non-resident individuals for the use of intellectual property rights in Hong Kong are deemed to arise from a Hong Kong business and are subject to an effective withholding tax rate of 2.25% (for the first HKD 2 million of royalty income) and 4.5% (for the remaining royalty income), if the individuals have elected to ...
Email: email@example.com. Hotline: (852) 2748 8288 (please note that calls may be recorded to ensure service quality) Mail: HSBC Customer Relations, G.P.O. Box No. 64, Hong Kong. We will acknowledge receipt of your complaint as soon as possible and aim to resolve most issues within twenty working days.
November 2022 will be the first event on the 2023 HSBC World Sevens Series calendar. We will be hosting teams from Argentina, Australia, Canada, Fiji, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Japan, Kenya, New Zealand, Samoa, South Africa, Spain, USA, Uruguay and of course, Hong Kong!
Hong Kong’s elite attended the funeral service of the first Chinese executive director of HSBC, Vincent Cheng, at St John’s Cathedral in Central on Wednesday.
High on shareholders’ minds is whether the London-based bank should continue to straddle the gulf between the East and the West, and how it can navigate the geopolitical minefield in ...