For 150 years HSBC has been where the growth is, connecting customers to opportunities. Today, we are one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations, with a global network of around 6,200 offices in 74 countries and territories covering the Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and North Africa.
We combine extensive global reach, notable financial strength, and a long term commitment to our clients. Whether it is working capital, trade finance or payments and cash management solutions, HSBC provides the tools and expertise businesses need to thrive.
Against the backdrop of rising interest rates and inflation, a treasury that fully uses technology can realise the benefits of real-time access to data, digitisation, and automation.
Finally, treasurers can use technology to optimise how they execute and manage their investments, in line with their organisation’s investment policy – helping to meet security, liquidity and yield requirements.
Expectations of the treasurer have never been higher. Treasury teams must adopt the latest technologies and payment methods, obtain instant visibility over cash, optimise liquidity, manage the ongoing impact of Covid-19, and embrace ESG throughout their activities.
Treasury is not an island; it is influenced and supported by the ecosystem that surrounds it. Transaction banks play a pivotal role within this network – and they are continually innovating to enable treasurers to leverage industry…
As real-time payments and collections gain traction, the velocity of cash is accelerating. In turn, treasurers must move away from outdated systems and batch processing, while exploring the possibilities of real-time investing. They must also…
No-one can predict where the next crisis will come from, or what form it will take. It could be another wave of Covid-19, or a different challenge altogether. Regardless of the source of any future turmoil, treasury teams can build on lessons learned from 2020 to be better prepared. Here, three…
Without question, the Covid-19 pandemic has strengthened the business case for digitisation and dramatically increased the pace of digital adoption. Treasury 4.0 technologies, such as data analytics and application programming interfaces, will…
More and more treasurers are getting involved in environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives. Not only financing them but also embedding them into treasury processes and spearheading departmental sustainability projects. ESG is now widely recognised as an opportunity to…
Digitisation has been fundamental in providing the visibility, access and agility that treasurers require to make dynamic informed decisions.
HSBC is applying a vast range of resources to ensure that their commercial card programs stay ahead of the game in 2020. Innovative systems such as the MiVision platform allows corporate customers to run their card programs in real time, providing visibility on consumer spending trends and currency frequency.
HSBC’s Next Generation Virtual Accounts solution provides a consolidated alternative to the cash visibility woes associated with physical accounts.
The new technological ecosystems being created through the establishment of smart cities could have a substantial impact on the role of banks.
Faster transactions, total visibility of global finances and seamless integration with systems are some of the ways in which HSBCnet is making banking extraordinary.
Within a highly competitive market, HSBC has invested in finding faster and easier solutions to streamline collection methods.
HSBC has designed a Liquidity Management Dashboard, which provides treasurers with an intuitive, graphical view of Liquidity KPI’s.
The HSBC Global Liquidity and Cash Management Regional Forum held in Shanghai in April 2019 explored how Industry 4.0 is transforming treasury management solutions and strategies, heralding the start of Treasury 4.0.
One of today’s most important new developments is the shift towards open banking. What does open banking mean, and what could it mean for your treasury?