The future of trade and payments is digital and Singapore has proven itself to be at the forefront of business innovation.
HSBC study finds 94 per cent of local consumers aged 18-34 consider these qualities when shopping
Singapore's move to recognise how cloud computing is changing the way the financial sector and global economy will work puts the country at the cutting edge of the world's most potent technological revolution to date.
How technology allows for treasury processes to be faster, cheaper and better.
Resource businesses can come out of the commodities down cycle stronger by revaluating and improving their treasury practices.
HSBC was voted best bank overall for RMB products and services in the Asiamoney Offshore RMB Poll for 2016.
On the face of it, discussions at the Apec Tourism Ministerial Meeting in Peru over the weekend would be as foreign to Singapore businesses as the meeting's location. But with the agenda centering on further integration of the Asia- Pacific tourism market, and how a wider range of industries can leverage tourism, its relevance to Singapore becomes clearer and a little closer to home.
While volatile currencies, technological disruption and supply chain tensions are impacting companies and occupying the minds of CEOs and CFOs across the world, the situation is particularly acute for firms in Southeast Asia.
By Jayant Rikhye, Head of International, Asia Pacific and Head of Strategy and Planning, Asia Pacific, HSBC
It would be fair to say that the steady five-year march of the renminbi's (RMB) or yuan's internationalisation has been slightly knocked off its stride in recent months by the currency's depreciation.
Against the backdrop of rapid change, companies in the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) space must remain innovative in order to grow, while protecting their market share from disrupters, which are well-financed and eager for success.