Your business partner for growth

Welcome to HSBC's site for business customers. Here you can learn about the capabilities and solutions either offered by HSBC Germany or by other entities of HSBC-Group. Regardless of the HSBC entity in question, you will find inspiration for your business from our expert opinions and customers’ stories. HSBC Germany supports large corporates and mid market enterprises with a strong international focus to successfully implement their global growth strategy.

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Working capital

Operational finance

Improve working capital by unlocking funds caught in the supply chain, and manage incoming and outgoing cash flows more effectively organisation wide.

China firm cut from a different cloth

If Richard Sun were to sew his company’s label into shirts and jackets he would be known the world over.

Country Guide Germany
If you’re considering expanding your business into this country, we can provide expert insight.

Institutional money can fill gap in ASEAN infrastructure financing: HSBC

GOVERNMENTS in Asean have been moving to tackle the pressing need of infrastructure financing in this region.

Growth

Finance growth

Inject capital into your supply chain, expand into new markets and improve your existing space and systems.

Targeting global growth

As the market leader in a pioneering cancer treatment, IBA Group is enjoying impressive growth and is leveraging HSBC’s global presence to provide financing solutions for its customers.

Quorn Foods

Leveraging HSBC’s far-reaching global network and single platform to expand business around the world.

Global Disbursements: Frontline Focus

A growing international reach leads Canadian corporation to HSBC for high volume low value global payments

Payments

Make and receive

Streamline domestic and foreign payments and collections while also making the best use of cash balances. You can also manage expense effectively by consolidating companywide spending.

The omni-channel opportunity

Retailers should accept the “omni-channel” challenge laid down by consumers researching and buying across mobile devices, computers and physical stores within the same shopping journey, explains David Wild, CEO of Domino's Pizza Group and member of the LCP Consulting Advisory Board

Medanito: a three dimensional banking relationship

Argentine oil and gas company Medanito first worked with HSBC in 1999. Since then, the relationship has become increasingly three dimensional in terms of length, breadth and depth. Mario Santarelli, Medanito's CFO, outlines its evolution and benefits

Integration and collaboration – How businesses can capitalise on ASEAN’s growth story

Simon Constantinides, HSBC’s Regional Head of Global Trade and Receivables Finance for Asia Pacific, explains why ASEAN-based companies, as well as those further afield, are well positioned to capitalise on the opportunities made possible by regional trade flows and the unique resources of each member state.

Investments

Save and invest

Consolidate balances for faster, easier access to cash and leverage idle balances to increase liquidity and support your growth strategy.

Managing risk

Supporting business

Manage counterparty risk and do business around the world confidently while managing potential fluctuations in cash flow.

Managing trade risk

Globalisation has seen a huge increase in the number of small and medium sized businesses starting to trade internationally. While this is a worthwhile step in terms of profitability and diversification, it does involve taking on new risks. However, as Mark Hussain, Global Head of Commercial Insurance & Investments at HSBC explains, it is possible to mitigate these risks economically

Risk

Businesses of all sizes face a wide variety of risks every day. Some of these risks may be trivial, while others have the potential to close down the business. A key skill is therefore the ability to find a way of mitigating these critical risks. As Mark Hussain, Global Head of Commercial Insurance & Investments at HSBC explains, it may not be feasible to completely neutralise all these risks, but it is possible to devise a strategy that reduces them to a level acceptable to the individual business

Employee benefits and retention

The loss of key employees has an impact on any organisation, but the consequences can be particularly acute for small and mid-sized businesses. Apart from the costs of replacement, the disruption involved can also have a disproportionate operational impact. Fortunately, as Mark Hussain, Global Head of Commercial Insurance & Investments at HSBC explains, there are various incentives and benefits that can be used to maximise employee retention

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