Important notice

20 June 2017

To help fight against tax evasion and protect the integrity of tax systems, governments around the world are introducing Common Reporting Standard (CRS), a new information-gathering and reporting requirement for financial institutions. The CRS has been introduced into New Zealand law and will apply to all financial institutions, account holders and certain other people who control accounts from 1 July 2017. Learn more about CRS and what it means for you.

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Improve working capital by unlocking funds caught in the supply chain, and manage incoming and outgoing cash flows more effectively organisation wide.

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If you’re considering expanding your business into this country, we can provide expert insight.

Blockchain can pull trade into the digital age

Blockchain technology could revolutionise trade – making it cheaper, quicker and simpler for businesses to trade internationally.

Growth

Finance growth

Inject capital into your supply chain, expand into new markets and improve your existing space and systems.

Global Banking and Markets

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Seizing the Asian opportunity

The ability to recognise and to seize new opportunities in Asia will be more important than ever in the coming years, according to Stuart Gulliver, Group Chief Executive, HSBC.

Payments

Make and receive

Streamline domestic and foreign payments and collections while also making the best use of cash balances. You can also manage expense effectively by consolidating companywide spending.

The Renminbi: quest for active adoption

The internationalisation of the renminbi (RMB) has been a driving force in China's march towards economic liberalisation. Most analysts agree that RMB usage is gaining momentum, and are seeing that the use of the currency in global trade transactions is increasing.

Quorn Foods

Leveraging HSBC’s far-reaching global network and single platform to expand business around the world.

Investments

Save and invest

Consolidate balances for faster, easier access to cash and leverage idle balances to increase liquidity and support your growth strategy.

The future of green energy

HSBC’s Robert Todd shares his views on the rising profile of green investment and on new technology and trends reshaping the low-carbon sector.

FATCA
Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act

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The MME Opportunity and Economic Outlook

Despite the forecast for lower GDP growth, the Chinese Communist Party’s goals initially outlined for the 13th Five Year Plan seek to bolster infrastructure, improve operational costs and open consumer access for mid-market enterprises (MME).

Managing risk

Supporting business

Manage counterparty risk and do business around the world confidently while managing potential fluctuations in cash flow.

Metito’s hedge cuts cash flow risk on chinese currency

A hedging strategy enabled water supply company Metito to fund its China subsidiary in renminbi without fear of foreign exchange volatility

Employee benefits and retention

The loss of key employees has an impact on any organisation, but the consequences can be particularly acute for small and mid-sized businesses. Apart from the costs of replacement, the disruption involved can also have a disproportionate operational impact. Fortunately, as Mark Hussain, Global Head of Commercial Insurance & Investments at HSBC explains, there are various incentives and benefits that can be used to maximise employee retention

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