RMB: change more than your currency

Change the way you do business today. Our local and global connections are well suited for delivering a range of RMB solutions to support your business needs.

RMB solutions

HSBC’s expertise in RMB can help you capitalise on the benefits of doing business with China. The currency is now used regularly for trade, investment and financing by countries around the globe, and use is expected to continue expanding.

It will be critical for organisations trading with China to stay up-to-date with this evolving market as the Chinese government is actively seeking to internationalise the RMB to match China's global economic status. HSBC is the leading international bank for RMB, and the largest foreign bank in China. Our local and global connections and flexible suite of RMB products and services can support your trade relationships, simplify cash flows and help you make the most of new opportunities.

RMB: Change more than your currency

Join the conversation

The HSBC - China Business Network is a forum for inspiration and discussion on doing business in China. The group encourages sharing of opinions, perspectives, insights, and information on one of the world's most dynamic markets. Connect with businesses from around the world to discuss the trends, risks and opportunities that China offers your business.

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RMB resource centre

The HSBC RMB Resource Centre is a dedicated site where you can find all our latest videos, key insights and information about our RMB solutions to help support your business.

Here is a sample of the resources:

UK issues first sovereign RMB bond outside of China

Discover your business potential with RMB

Discover your business potential with RMB

Singapore firms expand trade and connectivity in face of slower recovery: HSBC Survey

Singapore firms will be more impacted by the downturn and see a longer recovery path compared to their global peers. To offset this, they are doubling down on their Asian connectivity, and prioritising resilience within their supply chains. The findings come from HSBC’s annual Navigator survey which sought the views of over 200 businesses in Singapore during September 2020.

HSBC establishes wholesale coverage division targeting mid-sized Non-Bank Financial Institutions

**Deepens Bank’s strategy to capitalise on Singapore’s wealth and investment status**
**Appointment of Amanda Jooma as Head of NBFI Coverage, Singapore**
**Further investment in Singapore wholesale banking capabilities**

RCEP will be an economic shot in the arm for Singapore and South-East Asia

Yesterday’s milestone signing of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership ushers in a new era of trade and investment openness, diversity and resilience to Southeast Asia and its partners.

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