The Belt and Road Initiative is vast encompassing countries that account for
of global GDP
HSBC has been named Best Overall International Bank for Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in the inaugural Asiamoney New Silk Road Finance Awards, reflecting the Bank’s commitment to being the leading financial partner to clients engaged in Belt and Road projects.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative is creating enormous business opportunities throughout Asia, Africa and Europe which HSBC could help you exploit. Covering two trade routes, the overall objective is to increase regional trade and encourage economic cooperation.
The Belt and Road Initiative is intended to improve the infrastructure of overland and maritime routes to drive trade and capital flows between the east and the west
While corporations across the globe compete for a slice of China's consumer spending, home-grown enterprises from Shanghai to Shenyang are now looking beyond their domestic market, ushering in a new chapter that will spread China’s economic influence globally.
- Quartz “BRICS” is not big enough for China’s global ambitions 26 Nov 2017
- Quartz China’s recent port acquisitions begin to link up to overland BRI projects 15 Nov 2017
- Quartz Despite the BRI push, much of Chinese foreign direct investment still centres on Germany, the UK, and France 15 Nov 2017
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- Uniquely positioned product expertise including cross border and bespoke product solutions across investment banking and traditional banking, from sourcing targets to providing one-stop holistic solutions.
- Leading international bank in China with the largest onshore network in China managing the highest inbound and outbound investment flows.
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- Leading bank in sustainable finance with expertise in raising debt capital for clients through green bonds and a long-standing commitment to developing and implementing environmental standards for the project finance industry.
Many countries along the Belt and Road routes lack the funds and the expertise to execute the projects involved, creating huge opportunities for international businesses from financial services to construction, supply chain management to professional services.
There will be more economic and financing activity, even more IPOs and M&As, and better development of the bond markets in this part of the world.
Are there opportunities for your business where Chinese organisations are investing along the Belt and Road routes?
Speak to your HSBC relationship manager to find out more or email us.