HSBC UK

HSBC UK serves our personal and business customers in the UK and has an extensive branch network across the country to support the needs of our customers.

HSBC UK was created on 1 July 2018 in response to the Financial Services (Banking Reform) Act 2013 which requires that all banks ‘ring-fence’ their core banking services in the UK by 1 January 2019.

Financial information

To find financial reports for HSBC UK and other subsidiaries of HSBC Holdings plc please visit the
Subsidiary company reporting  page of our corporate website.

Diversity and inclusion

Diversity and inclusion are essential to achieving our ambitions for HSBC UK. We take a range of actions to attract, develop and retain a diverse workforce.

Coronavirus: our response

Find out more about how HSBC UK is supporting its customers and communities amid the Covid-19 outbreak and read a message from HSBC UK Chief Executive Ian Stuart.

Community

HSBC invests in community programmes that support education, life skills and entrepreneurship. We also encourage our staff to volunteer and help them and customers make donations to charity. Find out more on the community page.

Management team

Find out about HSBC’s management team in the UK which is headed by Chief Executive Ian Stuart.

History timeline

Learn about HSBC’s history in the UK. Find out how we have grown and developed our business by reading our history timeline.

Working with fintechs

We are committed to making it as easy as possible for fintechs to become one of our suppliers.

Postcode lending data

Find data on HSBC’s lending to small and medium enterprises, residential mortgages and unsecured personal loans on our postcode lending page.

Five climate trends for 2021

6 January 2021

HSBC’s Daniel Klier examines the themes likely to dominate the run-up to the COP26 conference in November.

A dose of optimism

22 December 2020

Vaccine breakthroughs should usher in a brighter dawn for global economic prospects for 2021, says HSBC’s Janet Henry.

Decisive decade ahead for climate finance

10 December 2020

Progress has been made in the five years since the Paris Agreement – but bigger changes are coming.