International Subsidiary Banking

HSBC’s International Subsidiary Banking (ISB) business provides a consistent global banking experience to over 8,000 corporate groups and their international subsidiaries. Operating across more than 50 markets, we are experts in delivering tailored solutions on a global scale.
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HSBC’s ASEAN Desk Network

To further support your growth in the region, we have established an ASEAN Desk Network that includes a China desk and three European desks – Germany, France and the UK – all located in our Singapore hub.

Supporting corporates through these trade and investment corridors is not a new concept for HSBC. However, we now have a dedicated resource to support companies from China, UK, Germany and France. They augment existing capabilities that provide coverage to clients connecting all three of ASEAN’s biggest trade corridors – North America, China and Europe.

Harish Venkatesan Head of International Subsidiary Banking, HSBC Singapore.

In addition to servicing your banking needs, our Desk Network can support with insights into diverse local cultures and business practices and help your business identify growth opportunities and enter new markets in ASEAN. Meet our Desk Managers from China, France, Germany and UK:

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