As the M&A advisor to many of the world’s multinational businesses, governments and institutions, HSBC is well positioned to deliver the financing and knowledge you need to meet your growth objectives.
In this increasingly interconnected world, ideas and capital are flowing around the globe, driving growth and disrupting the status quo. New trade routes emerge, propelling emerging economies to the spotlight and creating opportunities for companies and financial institutions worldwide.
At HSBC, our clients are at the heart of everything we do. Drawing on their industry insight and expertise from around the globe, our bankers work closely with clients to understand their long-term strategic goals, delivering tailored financial solutions designed to meet their individual needs.
Financial Institutions Group
With over 400 bankers around the world working closely with financial institutions, HSBC aims to deliver integrated and customised banking propositions for banks, central banks, asset managers, insurers and hedge funds, which are designed to help these institutions achieve their strategic objectives.
Public Sector Group
Our dedicated Public Sector Group works with central and local governments, ministries of finance and supranationals, as well as many other government-related agencies and institutions around the world.
Corporate Sector Group
Our strong client franchise, global footprint and local knowledge allow our industry sector teams to give corporate clients access to real-time industry insight, tailored solutions and market intelligence.
Resources and Energy Group
The Resources and Energy Group (REG) brings together seasoned financial, technical, legal and risk management professionals as a strategic advisory team, offering bespoke energy advice to corporate clients and delivering client-orientated solutions. Working closely with a wider team of sector specialists across the oil and gas, power and utilities, and metals and mining industries, the REG team delivers specialised market insight in a complex and fast-moving sector.