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Transcript of HSBC
HSBC and Corporate Responsibility
CSR (corporate social responsibility)= “business' commitment to contribute to sustainable economic development, working with employees, their families, the local community, and society at large to improve their quality of life”.
World's Biggest Companies
Link to a list of the 25 larges companies in the world
Definition of "
" .- I think the biggest companies are measured by how much they are worth. As this can change if a compnay grows.
HSBC was born from one small idea - a local bank providing an international service. In March 1865 HSBC opened its doors for business in Hong Kong and today it connects customers all across the globe
Regional Headquarters of HSBC
London - HSBC's main headquarter
+ regional headquarter for Europe and Middle East
Hong Kong- Regional Headquarters for Asia
New York- Regional Headquarters for North and South Amerika
How many people HSBC employs
The business employs 260,000 people worldwide, with 47,300 based in the UK, it has 6,600 offices around the world, in both established and emerging markets. Its network covers more than 80 countries and territories in Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Africa, North America and Latin America.
Main centre of production and consumption
This map was produced by the HSBC in 2012 showing in which countries HSBC was present and had running offices. (dark red) This map also shows countries where HSBC has bought another bank or is working with another bank to provide a service even though it is a company that has been either part of fully bought by HSBC. (countries in faint red) The countries shaded in grey are where HSBC has no representatives and has no active office running.
Revenue of HSBC
This table is taken from the Annual Report for 2012 that HSBC holdings presented to the public. The table represents the revenue for 2012
The tertiary sector is also called the service sector and involves the selling of services and skills. They can also involve selling goods and products from primary and secondary industries”
Which industry sector HSBC is part of and what HSBC produce
The quaternary sector consists of those industries providing information services, such as computing, ICT (information and communication technologies. The quaternary sector is sometimes included with the tertiary sector, as they are both service sectors. The tertiary and quaternary sectors make up the largest part of the UK economy, employing 76 per cent of the workforce.”
HSBC provides a service to others; they have a varied amount of different businesses. They have banking for private customers, which is Retail Banking. Wealth management is for very rich customers, how to invest their money. They have a lot of services for big companies to help their business worldwide, which is commercial banking. They also trade in the financial markets which is Investment banking. Global private banking: they help rich people worldwide.
The companies research
We deliver high-quality research and analysis to investors around the world. With 600 staff in 22 developed and emerging countries, we cover economics, currencies, equities, fixed income, and climate change. Global Research is part of HSBC Global Banking and Markets” – HSBC global research centre
– (trans national corporation) A transnational, or multinational, corporation has its headquarters in one country and operates wholly or partially owned subsidiaries in one or more other countries
- (Brazil, Russia, India, China,) Countries that are moving from being Less Economically developed countries to More Economically Developed countries
Corporate social responsibility
- business' commitment to contribute to sustainable economic development, working with employees, their families, the local community, and society at large to improve their quality of life”.
is the money which pays for losses ( in a company)
the income a government or company receives regularly
- is money lost to people that can’t pay it back
- a system that can run for a long time while not harming the society and the environment
companies that either work together or companies where one company owns part of the other country or one company ahs bought the other company.
HSBC branches more easily accessible for disabled people
HSBC impact locally, nationally + globally
HSBC affect on environment
HSBC has launched a new initiative called climate business. Climate Business is seeking long-term commercial business opportunities that arise in the transition to a low carbon economy. These cover four defined areas;
-Increasing the share of low-carbon energy production, such as bio-energy, solar and wind;
-Improving energy efficiency in buildings, industry and transport, as well as energy storage;
-Adapting to the impacts of climate change, particularly in agriculture, infrastructure and water; and
-Providing climate finance
Advantage and Disadvantages of HSBC
Disadvantage- The big discussion with HSBC is that it is such a big bank and they need to be secured. Many of the politicians always talk about the fact that they need these big banks but there is so much pressure on them and reliability on them and so if they fail a lot could go wrong, just like it did in the financial crisis.
"TOO BIG TO FAIL"
Advantage -the bank is big enough to help international companies to get big amounts of money to invest in big business. (big factories, big infrastructure etc.) The bank can even support governments to get money at the financial markets.
HSBC was not affected by the financial crisis so much because they have more capital and liquidity than other banks. They did not suffer so much as they spread their money out well and didn’t need help from the government to survive. A bank like HSBC shares their corporate social responsibility especially through education, as HSBC know how important education is for the future. A large bank or company has a heavy burden to bear and when this burden is too heavy and the bank collapses, another crisis is formed. That is why HSBC is known as The World’s Local Bank.