Company Overview of HSBC Bank (China) Company Limited
HSBC Bank (China) Company Limited provides banking products and services. It offers corporate, institutional, and commercial banking, including business finance, corporate deposits and loans, cash management, trade and supply chain, custody and clearing, corporate trust and loan agency, and treasury and capital markets; retail banking and wealth management; deposit services; loan services, including credit cards, debit cards, and automated teller machine services; personal Internet banking; private banking; and personal banking. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Shanghai, China with branches in North China, East China, Central and West China, and South China. HSBC Bank (China) ...
37/F, HSBC Building
8 Century Avenue
Founded in 2007
Key Executives for HSBC Bank (China) Company Limited
Deputy Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
Head of Personal Financial Services
Head of Global Payments & Cash Management
Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Head of Global Banking and Markets
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
HSBC Bank (China) Company Limited Key Developments
HSBC China Announces Management Changes
Jan 9 15
HSBC China announced the David Liao, currently head of global banking and markets for HSBC China, will replace Helen Wong as president and CEO of HSBC China.
HSBC China Declares to Extend Banking Insurance Cooperation with AXA Tianping P&C Insurance Co., Ltd
Oct 8 14
HSBC China declared to extend banking insurance cooperation with AXA Tianping P&C Insurance Co., Ltd. in Mainland China to Beijing, where 12 outlets of the former will begin selling general insurance products of the latter, including high-end individual medical security plans and travel insurance.
HSBC Launches New Suite of RMB Options Products in Mainland China
Aug 12 14
HSBC Bank China Company Limited has launched a new suite of renminbi, or RMB, options products in mainland China, in conjunction with new policies implemented by the country's foreign exchange regulator. The new measures encourage banks' product innovations to equip Chinese corporates with more sophisticated financial instruments that can help them hedge currency risk.
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