Our global network
HSBC Commercial Banking operates in 54 countries and territories, covering the developed and developing markets that matter most to our customers. Through our teams of relationship managers we connect businesses to opportunities, helping them to thrive and grow.
We work with a wide range of customers, from small enterprises to mid-market companies and large multinationals, providing them with the tools they need to function efficiently. We have the financial strength and the deep expertise to help our customers achieve their ambitions.
Mid Market Enterprises across 14 country study, directly employed 208 million people – equivalent to the population of Brazil
Mid-market enterprises (MME) play a vital role in the global economy, but their positive impact has been hidden for too long. Our new Commercial Banking report – Hidden Impact: Unlocking the Growth Potential of Mid-Market Enterprises – shares insights from these businesses and explains how MMEs can take advantage of international trade opportunities to grow.Read the MME report here
Our network covers
of global trade and capital flows
Explore the future of world trade and identify key opportunities across markets and sectors with HSBC Trade Forecast reports.Read the Global Trade Report
We are a world leader in receivables, supply chain finance and issuing documentary credit
Our global network can connect you to opportunities in emerging and established markets, from China to North America. We provide the tools you need to grow, from Renminbi accounts to export finance.
We hold over
corporate Renminbi accounts
China’s Belt and Road will generate $890 billion worth of infrastructure growth
We see growing movement in public policy decisions towards needed infrastructure investment on a massive scale, notably through the Belt and Road initiative in China, to underpin increased urbanisation across Asia, the Middle East and Africa, and in support of the transition to a lower carbon economy.
- Global trade and receivables
- Global liquidity and cash management
- Global capital
- Insurance and investment
Case StudyFitness First
A comprehensive solution for greater visibility and control over global cash flows
While undergoing rapid expansion, Fitness First found they had insufficient visibility over the Group's cash flows. The Treasury Team was working with more than 100 bank accounts accepting monthly direct debits from some 855,000 subscribers around the world. They turned to HSBC for help.