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HSBC has seen its reported profits after tax drop by $1.1 billion to $3.4bn in the first quarter of 2022. The bank's reported profit before tax also plummeted by $1.6bn to $4.2bn. HSBC said that the decrease reflected a net charge for expected credit losses and other credit impairment charges in the

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A fish processing business in the north of Scotland has received an eight-figure funding package from HSBC UK, backed by UK Export Finance (UKEF), as it sets its sights on new international markets. Peterhead-based Denholm Seafoods, which champions Scotland’s high-quality, sustainable seafood,

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HSBC UK has announced the launch of a £500 million Green SME Fund as part of its commitment to support businesses of all sizes to transition and thrive in a low carbon economy. This follows HSBC’s global commitment to provide between $750 billion and $1 trillion of financing and investme

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Puremalt, a Haddington-based malt ingredient supplier, has agreed a £7 million funding package with HSBC to expand its grain-processing capacity by building new facilities. The funding will be used to build a new brewhouse.

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined HSBC £63,946,800 for failings in its anti-money laundering processes. HSBC used automated processes to monitor hundreds of millions of transactions a month to identify possible financial crime. However, the FCA found that three key parts of HSBC&

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HSBC has seen its profits after tax rise by $5.3 billion to $8.4bn in the first half of 2021. The lender has also posted profits before tax of £10.8bn, up $6.5bn from the same period in 2020.

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HSBC is trialling Zoom-free Friday afternoons for some of its staff in an attempt to tackle working from home fatigue and burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic. Industry insiders have said that HSBC’s UK bank is piloting the move as part of a task force looking at the future of work for employe

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HSBC is set to cut its office space by nearly half over the next few years in anticipation of the long-term workplace changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The bank, which is Europe's biggest, will abandon 40% of its offices in London and other cities around the world but keep its headquarters in

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Ewen Stevenson, the chief financial officer of HSBC will donate the first year of his pay increase to charity, according to the bank's annual results.  Mr Stevenson is set to receive a £147,000 pay rise, increasing his base salary to almost £1.1 million. HSBC's annual results state

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