HSBC in mainland China

HSBC Bank (China) Company Limited started operations on 2 April 2007 as a locally incorporated foreign bank. It is owned by the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, the founding member of the HSBC Group, which was established in Hong Kong and Shanghai in 1865. HSBC China incorporated the previous Mainland offices of its parent.
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HSBC is one of the largest investors among foreign banks in mainland China, having invested in the growth of its own operations and in select Mainland financial services entities, including Bank of Communications.

HSBC China employs more than 7,000 staff, around 99 per cent of whom were recruited locally. It has a branch network of more than 150 outlets across more than 50 cities. This is the largest service network covering the widest geographical reach by any foreign bank in mainland China.

HSBC’s knowledge of mainland China and its international operations enable it to provide customers with a wide range of financial and banking services, including wealth and personal banking, commercial banking, and global banking and markets.

Management and contact details

Chairman: Peter Wong
President and Chief Executive Officer: Mark Wang
Head office: 37/F, HSBC Building, Shanghai ifc, 8 Century Avenue, Pudong, Shanghai, China 200120
Telephone: [86] (21) 3888 3888 

HSBC building

HSBC China’s head office is located in Pudong’s Lujiazui area, the heart of Shanghai’s financial district, and was officially opened on 9 June 2010.

HSBC’s investment in the China head office symbolises the bank’s long-term commitment to China and its confidence in Shanghai as a future international financial centre.

The building received the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification from the US Green Building Council. HSBC’s selection of the site affirms the bank’s commitment to reducing its operational impact on the environment.

Service network

North China

Beijing, Changchun, Dalian, Harbin, Shenyang, Taiyuan, Tangshan, Tianjin, Zhengzhou.

East China

Changshu, Fuzhou, Hangzhou, Hefei, Jiangyin, Jinan, Kunshan, Nanchang, Nanjing, Nantong, Ningbo, Qingdao, Shanghai, Suzhou, Taicang, Wuxi, Yangzhou, Yixing, Zhangjiagang.

Central and West China

Chengdu, Changsha, Chongqing, Kunming, Wuhan, Xi’an.

South China

Chaozhou, Dongguan, Foshan, Guangzhou, Heyuan, Huizhou, Jiangmen, Jieyang, Maoming, Meizhou, Nanning, Qingyuan, Shantou, Shanwei, Shaoguan, Shenzhen, Xiamen, Yangjiang, Yunfu, Zhanjiang, Zhaoqing, Zhongshan, Zhuhai.

Community

HSBC has a strong sense of responsibility for the local communities in which it operates. The bank supports educational, environmental and charitable projects and has made accumulated donations of more than RMB1 billion in mainland China.

2019 HSBC China Sustainability Report (Chinese only) (60-page PDF 4.48MB)

Awards

Source Award Years won
FinanceAsia Best International Bank in China 2001-2006, 2008-2011, 2013-2018, 2020-2021
Asiamoney Best overall onshore RMB products/services 2019-2020
The Asset Best in Asset Servicing 2020
Asian Banking & Finance International Retail Bank of the Year 2017-2020

Financial information

HSBC China 2021 Q1 Capital Adequacy Ratio Disclosure Report (3-page PDF 1.03MB)

HSBC China 2020 Annual Accounts (160-page PDF 9.37MB)

HSBC China Capital Adequacy Ratio Disclosure Report 2020 (30-page PDF 1.46MB)

HSBC China 2020 Q3 Capital Adequacy Ratio Disclosure Report (3-page PDF 695KB)

HSBC China 2020 H1 Capital Adequacy Ratio Disclosure Report (9-page PDF 267KB) 

Please note the above reports are only available in Chinese.

For Group financial information please visit the investor relations  section on our global corporate website.

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