HSBC in Europe
Discover our European proposition
Be part of the Business Plan for the Planet
HSBC is supporting businesses all over the planet to thrive in a lasting, low-carbon economy.
We are committed to:
- Achieving net zero in our own operations and supply chain by 2030 of sooner
- Supporting our portfolio of customers to thrive through transition
- Dedicating between $750bn and $1trn of finance and investment by 2030 to help our customers transition
- Unlocking next-generation climate solutions
European firms focus on business resilience for future growth
The latest HSBC Navigator report for Europe shows how business leaders are steering their organisations towards greater business resilience. Read the latest article with insights from Andy Wild, Head of Commercial Banking Europe, HSBC and Alan Duffy, CEO and Head of Banking, HSBC Ireland.
Navigator: Europe Overview 2020
Around two-thirds of European companies are planning to increase investment, despite the challenges brought by Covid19. HSBC's Andrew Wild, Head of Commercial Banking Europe, discusses the latest insights from the European Navigator report providing real insights from over 10,000 businesses globally.
Navigator-Rebuilding beyond 2020
Our Resilience report in July revealed a picture of challenge and change.
Since then, we’ve surveyed more than 10,000 companies in 39 countries and territories to find out how they’re responding to the ongoing challenges and preparing for the future.
The findings in our Navigator – Rebuilding beyond 2020 report reveal that most businesses are evolving rather than transforming. In doing so, they’re continuing to invest to grow – and they’re changing their mindset around what will make them successful.
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.
Europe means Business
Andy Wild, Head of Commercial Banking, Europe, explains why Europe is one of the most important parts of our Global network. Listen to his message to find out how HSBC Europe is committed to helping you stay connected and navigate the current landscape.
Supporting our business customers affected by COVID-19
In light of the rapidly evolving coronavirus situation, we strive to continue to maintain the best quality banking service in these exceptional circumstances, while taking suitable precautionary measures to safeguard the health and safety of both our employees and customers.
Andy Wild, Head of Commercial Bank Europe
Our latest Navigator report brings together the views of over 2,600 companies on the impact of COVID-19 and what makes a resilient business. Here Andy Wild, Head of Commercial Banking Europe, explains how European firms have coped with the challenges of recent months – and what they're prioritising for the future.
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, explains how companies are approaching these challenges-and what steps HSBC is taking to support customers in Europe in the current climate.
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Insights for your business
Europe. Leveraging our capabilities across our network
of European companies are planning to increase investment, despite the challenges brought by Covid19
of European Companies expect sustainability to drive sales growth over the next year.
of European companies intend to continue trading internationally over the next two years.
Europe remains the
for business expansion for companies around the world.