Doing business in China

Does your bank understand the China growth story?

RMB: change more than your currency

Change the way you do business today. Our local and global connections are well suited for delivering a range of RMB solutions to support your business needs.

Why HSBC?

  • Voted Best Overall Provider of Offshore RMB Products and Services in Asiamoney's Offshore RMB Poll for 5 consecutive years since 2012
  • One of the largest global RMB networks with capabilities in more than 50 markets worldwide
  • Largest foreign bank in China with over 176 outlets across 57 cities nationwide
  • Proven track record of delivering RMB services and one of the first banks to conduct RMB transactions across all six continents and be connected to China’s Cross-border Interbank Payment System (CIPS)
  • One of the largest Trade and Receivables Finance team and operations in Australia amongst international banks, with specialisation in commodities
  • China desks in key markets to support Chinese businesses and help local companies capitalise on new opportunities in China
  • Comprehensive suite of RMB solutions to meet the diverse needs of our customers

Benefits to corporates in using RMB

  • Negotiate better prices and terms
  • Gain market share and facilitate long-term partnerships
  • Simplify the sales process when doing business with China
  • Manage your FX risk
  • Improve your liquidity and cash management
  • Gain access to capital financing

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Call us

1300 300 437

Open Monday to Friday 9am-5pm (AEST)

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