Taipei Times: HSBC arranges its first green trade loan in Taiwan

HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Ltd (匯豐台灣商銀) yesterday announced that a NT$29 million (US$1 million) green trade loan has been arranged for Taylor Hopkinson Ltd’s Taiwan branch. The banking facility is to assist Taylor Hopkinson with its financing needs as it finds quality renewable energy talent for offshore wind farm projects. Harnessing wind power has become a […]

HSBC – Asia’s Tectonic Demographic Shifts

By Herald van der Linde, Head of Equity Strategy, Asia Pacific, HSBC ectonic shifts are taking place in Asia. Mainland China will soon no longer have the world’s largest population. Asians are getting older, living longer, and flocking to mid-tier cities. Women are having fewer children and working more; households are getting smaller. These population […]

TAIPEI TIMES – HSBC Investing In Local Communities and Youth

Over the past decade, HSBC Taiwan Ltd (匯豐台灣商銀), in cooperation with Eden Social Welfare Foundation, has been investing in local communities, children and youth to cultivate local creative talent. HSBC Holdings PLC is focusing on future skills as a key component of the bank’s sustainability strategy, supporting customers, employees and communities, to help them gain […]

HSBC – Five Key Questions For The UK Economy

By Elizabeth Martins, Senior Economist, HSBC The UK government faces tough decisions as it tries to control coronavirus at the same time as reopening society and reigniting economic growth. We look at five key questions that could help determine their tactics – and the country’s economic outlook. How prevalent is the virus? Infection rates have […]

HSBC – A Picture Of Challenge And Change

Resilience: Building back better Our Navigator research provides you with valuable insights and opinions from businesses around the world. As part of that research, we asked more than 2,600 decision makers to tell us how the current crisis has affected them and changed their plans for the future. Context The Navigator survey results paint a […]

Taipei Times interviews with HSBC Taiwan Ltd CEO Adam Chen about wind project financing

Financing plays a key role in offshore wind projects, but it also takes more consideration and knowledge than regular green loans. HSBC Taiwan Ltd chief executive officer Adam Chen talks about the lender’s strategy and outlook in an interview with ‘Taipei Times’ staff reporter Kao Shih-ching in Taipei on July 10. Taipei Times (TT): Offshore wind power development is […]

HSBC wins sustainable finance recognition

SBC’s expertise in sustainable finance has been underlined as it took home three major prizes at Euromoney’s annual regional awards. It was named Best Bank for Sustainable Finance for the Asia, Middle East and Western Europe regions in the prestigious awards organised by the global business and finance publication. Daniel Klier, HSBC’s Global Head of Sustainable Finance, […]

【HSBC Market Information】Equities rallied on reopening optimism

Key Takeaways US continuing jobless claims declined by over four million, suggesting some workers are returning to work In the coming week, the US May employment report and central bank meetings in Europe and Canada will be in focus Global equities rallied last week amid optimism around economies reopening; European equities outperformed on fiscal stimulus […]

HSBC Backs Social Innovators

ocial enterprises that provide sustainable jobs in US coal-mining communities. Hands-on training that teaches people in South Africa to make useful products out of waste. A digital platform that’s helping domestic workers in Mexico gain access to the financial system. These are some of the pioneering initiatives selected as winners of the inaugural HSBC Future […]