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Singapore firms keen to expand international trade amid pessimistic outlook: survey

SINGAPORE firms are keen on expanding international trade compared to their global peers, despite having a more pessimistic outlook on business arising from the impact of Covid-19, according to...

HSBC paves way for SMEs to access receivables finance quicker

HSBC on Tuesday said it has closed the first receivables financing deal on Singapore's Networked Trade Platform (NTP), paving the way for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to access...

HSBC paves way for SMEs to access receivables finance via Networked Trade Platform

HSBC on Tuesday said it has closed the first receivables financing deal on Singapore's Networked Trade Platform (NTP), paving the way for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to access...

Singapore firms feel full force of economic shock more acutely than global peers: HSBC survey

SINGAPORE firms feel the full force of the economic shock more acutely than their global peers, according to survey findings from HSBC released on Tuesday.

How SMEs can transform and go green for the future

Many SMEs still have misconceptions about going sustainable. Ng Li Lian, Head of Business Banking, HSBC, debunks these myths.

HSBC's dividend disappointment a sign of things to come

THIS past week, nine in 10 Singaporeans would have received a one-off payment of S$600 from the government, to help them cope with the economic fallout of Covid-19. Meanwhile, shareholders of HSBC...

What do recent SG Budgets mean for SMEs?

The Singapore Government has announced three Budgets since the outbreak of COVID-19. Li Lian Ng, Head of Business Banking HSBC Singapore, highlights the key points SMEs need to know.

Sibor dive triggers fresh battle in mortgage rate cuts

BANKS are revising their home loan offerings by increasing spreads in their floating rate packages while lowering their fixed rates as the Singapore inter-bank offered rate (Sibor) plunged in...

Poll shows morale falling among HSBC staff as strategic review looms

LONDON • A survey of HSBC Holdings' 237,000 staff has highlighted falling morale as employees brace themselves for job cuts in a strategic review due later this month.

HSBC kicks off new year with HK branches closed, vandalised amid protests

HSBC is being drawn into Hong Kong's political turmoil with protesters attacking some of its branches and graffiti daubed on the famous pair of lions that guard its city-centre headquarters.

Private banks' strong finish to 2019 sets base to push into new year

STRONG asset markets and portfolio management services, coupled with products that promise higher yields, have helped to boost net inflows for private banks in 2019, providing a strong base to...