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).
What does the Greater Bay Area and re-industrialisation mean for Hong Kong businesses? As the world progresses towards Industry 4.0, “re-industrialisation” has also become a buzzword in Hong Kong as the city strives to diversify its economy and seeks new engines of growth.
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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.
For sole proprietor and small enterprise, you may also refer your case related to monetary dispute to the Financial Dispute Resolution Centre ("FDRC") on the Unit 3701-4, 37/F, Sunlight Tower, 248 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. HSBC fully co-operates with the HKMA and the FDRC in the handling of complaints.
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HSBC traces its origin to a hong in British Hong Kong, and its present form was established in London by the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation to act as a new group holding company in 1991; its name derives from that company's initials.
Investors should hold on to cash or reduce their stock holdings in the event commercial banks in Hong Kong start raising their prime rates for the first time in almost four years, if history is ...
This fund will help them expand, create jobs and digitise. The companies that we will help with this funding are the backbone of Hong Kong’s economy. They constitute more than 98 per cent of Hong Kong’s businesses and employ about 45 per cent of the private-sector workforce. Their success and vitality are crucial to Hong Kong.