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HSBC - HSBC Holdings plc
$27.82
-0.63(-2.21%)9:00:02 PM 1/22/2021
HSBC Holdings plc provides banking and financial products and services worldwide. The company operates through Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Commercial Banking, Global Banking and Markets, and Global Private Banking segments. The Retail Banking and Wealth Management segment offers personal banking products and services, such as current and savings accounts, mortgages and personal loans, credit and debit cards, and local and international payment services; and wealth management services, including insurance and investment products, global asset management services, and financial planning services. The Commercial Banking segment provides credit and lending, treasury management, payment, cash management, commercial insurance, and investment services, as well as commercial cards, and international trade and receivables finance services; and foreign exchange products, and capital raising and advisory services to small and medium sized enterprises, mid-market enterprises, and corporates. The Global Banking and Markets segment is involved in the provision of financing, advisory, and transaction services, including credit, rates, foreign exchange, equities, money markets, and securities services, as well as principal investment activities to government, corporate and institutional clients, and private investors. The Global Private Banking segment provides a range of services to high net worth individuals and families with complex and international needs. HSBC Holdings plc was founded in 1865 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.
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    01/19/2021HSBC
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    01/18/2021HSBC
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    HSBC chairman Mark Tucker on Monday defended the need to provide transition financing to clients to spark environmental change and reach the lender's goal of being "net zero" in terms of carbon emissions by 2050.Speaking at the Asian Financial Forum, Tucker said climate change is probably "the most urgent and serious threat" faced by the global community and the lender has an obligation to tackle that, but it will not be achieved by stepping away from clients, particularly in emerging markets."D...

    01/13/2021HSBC
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    (Bloomberg) -- Some of the world’s biggest banks are urging a U.S. judge not to immediately terminate Libor after a group of borrowers filed suit claiming the benchmark was the work of a “price-fixing cartel.”Defendants in the case, including JPMorgan Chase & Co., Credit Suisse Group AG and Deutsche Bank AG, said in a November filing that an injunction abruptly ending the London interbank offered rate would wreak havoc on financial markets and undermine years of work reforming the reference rate...

    01/13/2021HSBC
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    (Bloomberg) -- For two years, few outside the inner circle of Meng Wanzhou have known how one of China’s most powerful tech executives has whiled away her days in Vancouver while battling a U.S. extradition request.That was until a court hearing Tuesday provided some stunning insights into the Huawei Technologies Co. chief financial officer’s life of affluence while on bail. Meng spent Christmas Day at a restaurant that catered exclusively to her party of 14. When one court decision last year pr...

    01/12/2021HSBC
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    01/10/2021HSBC
    HSBC to face shareholder heat on fossil fuels in AGM vote

    Major HSBC shareholders are calling on Europe's biggest bank to toughen its commitment to cut lending linked to fossil fuels and to turn its climate "ambitions" into targets. Investors collectively managing some $2.4 trillion in assets have filed the resolution to be voted on at HSBC's annual general meeting, after HSBC in October stated its ambition to get to net zero carbon emissions by 2050. "HSBC is strongly committed to addressing climate change, in line with our clear ambition to align o...

    01/10/2021HSBC
    HSBC Shareholders Ask Bank to Cut Fossil-Fuel Lending Exposure

    (Bloomberg) -- A group of HSBC Holdings Plc shareholders have filed a resolution urging the bank to cut its support to the fossil-fuel industry.Amundi SA, Europe’s largest listed asset manager, and Man Group Plc, the world’s biggest publicly traded hedge fund firm, were among 15 institutional investors overseeing a combined $2.4 trillion that are backing the move, according to a statement from ShareAction, the U.K. nonprofit that coordinated the plan. The money managers, along with 117 individua...

    01/8/2021HSBC
    HSBC Likely to Cut 2020-End Bonus by 22.5% on Coronavirus Impacts

    HSBC Holdings' (HSBC) plans to reduce bonuses for junior staff in order to cope with the pandemic's adverse impact on businesses.

    01/7/2021HSBC
    HSBC to cut year-end bonuses for junior staff by 22.5 per cent as coronavirus pandemic weighs on performance

    HSBC plans to reduce bonuses for its junior staff globally by 22.5 per cent for 2020 as it navigates a difficult operating environment marked by the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic and historically low interest rates.The largest of Hong Kong's three currency-issuing lenders, HSBC will cut bonuses for its frontline and back office staff who are part of its streamlined variable pay programme in grades 6 to 8, according to an internal memorandum seen by the Post. "The challenging exte...