HSBC in Europe

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Current challenges mean future opportunities for multinationals in Europe

Jeroen Bakhuizen, Global Co-Head, International Subsidiary Banking, Managing Director, HSBC discusses the challenges multinationals face today as a result of the global pandemic and its economic implications to the consequences of Brexit. Find out how HSBC can help you today.

AppsFlyer

Stepping away from the standard metrics global banks typically use to evaluate business opportunities, HSBC expanded the boundaries of its criteria and took a chance on local Israeli start-up AppsFlyer when they needed a global banking partner.

Optimising working capital through treasury transformation

In today's uncertain macroeconomic environment, companies have more reason than ever to focus on optimising working capital. HSBC's Andrew Wild, Head of Commercial Banking Europe, Deputy CEO HSBC France, explains how companies are approaching these challenges-and what steps HSBC is taking to support customers in Europe in the current climate.

Decarbonising the City

The impact of cities on climate change has prompted considerable discussion and innovation around how this effect might be mitigated through decarbonisation.

A region rich in opportunity

From the established markets in the west to the rapidly advancing economies of Central and Eastern Europe, the region offers global businesses numerous opportunities for growth and investment. And with our presence across the region, HSBC is on hand to guide businesses through the shifting landscape.

HSBC Europe’s changing payments landscape

Big changes are taking place in the European payments arena with the emergence of new technologies, changing regulation and customers who are demanding speed, ease and transparency from their banking partners.

Putting Innovation into Action

Next Generation Trade Finance

The Future of Treasury

For treasurers, it is possible that an ideal cash management set-up may look something like this: enhanced visibility and controls; fully centralised decision-making; optimal use of cash; truly effective exposure management; and bank account self-administration.

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