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After Singapore Blockchain Week, you have to ask what do business owners actually stand to gain from Blockchain?
**Singapore businesses more acutely affected by pandemic than global peers**
**Supply chain preparedness needed – visibility and flexibility key to resilience**
**Digital investment and intra-regional trade top priorities to trade recovery**
Retaining and continuing its spirit of integration and collective reform is Southeast Asia’s best chance of a faster recovery writes Priya Kini, Head of Global Banking, HSBC Singapore.
South-east Asia cannot expect to see a wide-scale divergence of supply chains coming its way unless there are improvements in production technology & capacity, and regional integration, according to HSBC.
Our commitment to supporting future business leaders is stronger than ever.
Businesses in Singapore recognise the importance of sustainability as a driver of reputation, growth and profitability, yet have not fully converted sentiment into meaningful action, a HSBC report has found. Not having a stronger approach to Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) is also simultaneously impacting corporates’ financing opportunities as well as presenting supply chain risks.
HSBC Singapore welcomes the signing of the EU-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (EUSFTA); a significant moment for the two dynamic economies and for ASEAN.
If altruism and social responsibility isn’t reason enough for businesses to invest in becoming more sustainable, then how about simple practicality?