Supporting Businesses through COVID-19

HSBC continues to monitor the situation very closely, liaising with government and public health officials in the countries where we operate. Our priority is the wellbeing of our customers and staff.

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  Asia recovers from coronavirus

Economies rebounding as confidence returns

 Navigating Business – Asia Pacific Series

All industries and sectors across the world have been uniquely disrupted by COVID-19, causing companies to revisit their strategies as they look to react to the current environment and plan for the future.

 Trade reliance on mainland China

Diversification can help build resilience

  Embracing Business Unusual: In conversation with business leaders in Asia on resilience.

HSBC hosted a virtual round-table in June with senior business leaders from Asia to explore how COVID-19 had affected their businesses, staff, customer needs and supply chains - and how they had responded to these changes, both immediately and in the longer term.

 Sharing Corporate Experience.Hear from Asia.

HSBC Europe invites you to watch our exclusive webinar: ‘Sharing Corporate Experience. Hear from Asia’, as our panel of expert speakers share their experiences and observations on the reopening phase and the role of sustainability in restarting growth across the region. 
Date: June 10, 2020 | 46 mins

 Special edition-HSBC Europe Briefing for overseas clients

Listen to our top experts review the impact of COVID-19 in Europe. Hosted by Nuno Matos, CEO HSBC Europe, joined by a team of our experts, this webinar outlines Europe's key position within the HSBC network, the European evolving treasury landscape and how we are helping clients mitigate supply chain disruption globally.
Date: June 03, 2020 | 47 mins

 COVID-19 pandemic accelerates changing consumer trends in Asia

Asian consumer patterns shifting as COVID-19 crisis continues

 How are businesses in China emerging from Covid-19?

Over recent weeks, China has eased most of the initial restrictions put in place to contain the spread of the Covid-19 outbreak

 China’s consumer spending recovering slowly

Job losses and debt will delay the upturn in consumption

 Jobs top China’s policy agenda

GDP targets less important at National People’s Congress

 Excess stocks drag on China’s recovery

Production outpaced demand during the pandemic lockdown

 Impact of Covid-19 on Supply Chains

The impact of COVID-19 on supply chains is significant and has caused disruptions across Asia Pacific as well as globally.

 Jobs key to China's recovery

Fiscal and monetary support needed to boost demand

 China gets back to work

We estimate firms are back at 85 per cent of past years’ levels after COVID-19 fall

 COVID-19 and its impact on the Asian economy

COVID-19 has disrupted businesses of all sizes and industries across Asia Pacific causing ongoing uncertainty