Pedestrians in protective masks walk past an HSBC branch in Hong Kong’s Central district. Hong Kong, the bank’s largest market, has been hit hard by months of anti-government protests and the coronavirus epidemic. Photo: EPA-EFE
Pedestrians in protective masks walk past an HSBC branch in Hong Kong’s Central district. Hong Kong, the bank’s largest market, has been hit hard by months of anti-government protests and the coronavirus epidemic. Photo: EPA-EFE
HSBC

exclusive | HSBC targets China’s rich at home and abroad with restructured private bank, wealth business

  • HSBC’s latest reorganisation is a bet big on growth in Asia, particularly in Chinese wealth held abroad
  • Combined private bank, wealth business has US$1.4 trillion in assets under management

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Pedestrians in protective masks walk past an HSBC branch in Hong Kong’s Central district. Hong Kong, the bank’s largest market, has been hit hard by months of anti-government protests and the coronavirus epidemic. Photo: EPA-EFE
Pedestrians in protective masks walk past an HSBC branch in Hong Kong’s Central district. Hong Kong, the bank’s largest market, has been hit hard by months of anti-government protests and the coronavirus epidemic. Photo: EPA-EFE
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