Founded in 1865 to finance trade between Asia and the west, today HSBC is one of the worlds largest banks and financial services organisations serving some 51 million customers. Their aim is to be acknowledged as the worlds leading international bank.
Headquarters in London, HSBC operates through Hong-established businesses and an international network of more than 6,100 offices in 73 countries and territories.
Throughout their history they have been where the growth is connecting costumers to opportunities. They enabled businesses to thrive economies to prosper, helping people fulfil their hopes and dreams and realises their ambitions.
HSBC stands for Hong Kong, Shang high, banking, co-operation.
It means this, because HSBC started in Hong Kong, and it soon grew all around the world. Now HSBC has gone on for 150 years now, and they have put a grain of rice for representation. It means that one grain of rice doesn't mean much, but when you put the rice together it becomes with much more quality and price.
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have a good business