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Guide to HSBC Global Research - What's behind our insights and ideas
Want to know more about HSBC Global Research? David May, Global Head of Research, explains who we are, what we do and how we are innovating to serve clients more effectively than ever. Any questions? Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. And for topical, free-to-view insights, follow us on LinkedIn #hsbcresearch
Thanks to HSBC’s international footprint, we have a strong focus on emerging markets and are able to put developments in a global context. We have analysts on the ground in some of the fastest growing markets in the world, something that differentiates us from other research houses.
We have more than c.300 analysts and associates in 20 locations across Asia-Pacific, the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Africa
Producing c.14,000 reports annually across Economics, FX, Fixed Income, Equities, Emerging Markets, ESG, Data Science and Multi-Asset
With USPs focused on EM, Asia, China, UK, ESG, Macro/ Multi-Asset and Data Science
Our Equities analysts cover c1.900 companies around the world
HSBC Global Research podcasts
The Macro Brief - EM FX gets a dose of reality, Germany enters recession, Europe’s data surprises
Paul Mackel examines the prospects for emerging market currencies, Stefan Schilbe looks at what’s behind Germany’s underperformance and Liz Martins explains why the latest European economic data are providing some welcome relief.
Under the Banyan Tree – An investors' guide to elections in Asia
With the Asian election cycle now underway, Herald and Fred discuss the implications of leadership votes for markets and economies across the region.
The ESG Brief - Hydrogen's role in the energy transition, and regulatory talking points
In this edition, we look at the rising opportunities for green hydrogen, the EU's Net-Zero Industry Act, and what's on the minds of investors amid a growing regulatory framework for ESG investing.
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We offer access to our research platform to new clients in a simple and effective way:
- We carry out a short due diligence process to quickly on-board you as a client of HSBC Global Research
- You will get access to our research through website, third party aggregators and our HSBC Global Research mobile app
- Access is global and multi-product including our thematic research, ESG and Data Science.
Gaining access to Global Research
We have various products available for clients as well as non-clients. To get started follow these easy steps.
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Download the HSBC Global Research app
From App Store or Google Play. The app features topical and timely curated reports, multimedia and upcoming events.
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Search for #hsbcresearch. Reports and Live Events are free-to-view and can be easily shared with contacts.
Join our events or watch replays. They are free-to-view and cover key topical themes.
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New horizons – 9 key themes
HSBC Global Research is taking a new approach to investing in today’s world of disruptive, complex and rapid change. We are applying our multi-asset and geographical reach to understand the big events unfolding today and their investment implications through nine big themes.
Your guide to Global Research
We have the expertise to help institutional and corporate clients – as well as our colleagues at HSBC – navigate these uncertain times. Our award-winning analysts produce more than 13,000 reports each year with topical, timely and relevant insight on everything from currency movements to commodities, bond yields, global stock markets, macroeconomics, and technology trends. View our brochure or watch our video to find out more.
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