• Organization TypeInvestment & Finance
  • Founded1870

HSBC Vietnam

ABOUT HSBC is one of the largest banking and financial service organizations in the world. They serve over 40 million customers through their global business services divisions: Asset Management and Personal Finance, Corporate Financial Services, Global Financial Services, Their Network. I cover 64 countries and regions in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa, North America and Latin America. They aim to be in places of growth, connect customers with opportunities, support successful business businesses and thriving economies and ultimately help people achieve their goals. aspirations and fulfill their ambitions. HSBC in Vietnam In 1870 HSBC opened its first office in Saigon (now Ho Chi Minh City). In August 1995, a branch in Ho Chi Minh City was licensed to operate and provide a full range of banking and financial services. HSBC opened its second branch in Hanoi and set up a representative office in Can Tho City in 2005. On 1 January 2009, HSBC became the first foreign bank to set up a subsidiary in Vietnam. HSBC Bank (Vietnam) Ltd. (HSBC Vietnam) is a 100% owned subsidiary of Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank. HSBC Vietnam is also the first 100% foreign-owned bank to open branches and transaction offices in Vietnam. Currently, HSBC is one of the largest foreign banks in Vietnam. With 150 years of experience in Vietnam market, HSBC provides a full range of banking and financial services including: Asset Management and Personal Finance, Business Banking, Foreign Services foreign exchange and capital markets, Global Monetary and Liquidity Management Services, International Payment Services and Trade Financing, and Securities Services. Listed on the stock exchanges in London, Hong Kong, New York, Paris and Bermuda, there are currently about 197,000 shareholders holding shares of HSBC Holdings plc in 130 countries and territories.
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Staff at HSBC Vietnam have experience in


  • finance
  • tertiary education
  • secondary education
  • procurement process
  • financial services