We are delighted to present this series of "Doing Business In..." country guides.
The guides provide a concise overview of the key compliance issues to be considered when expanding into a new territory, and contain insights on over 60 countries and regions worldwide.
Please select a country to discover more:
At an uncertain time for UK businesses, the collaboration between regulators, banks and third-party providers are blazing the way to a new banking revolution through Open Banking. Combined with the Faster Payments scheme and innovations such as virtual accounts, businesses can be more agile and adaptable to the needs of a changing and challenging business environment.
India is rapidly becoming a digitally-empowered society and economy, opening up new growth and efficiency opportunities for corporates along the way. Successfully embracing digital innovation is both a science and an art, however, as industry experts explained during a lively panel debate at HSBC’s recent GLCM Digital Innovation and Transformation Forum in Mumbai.
With so much ‘noise’ around digital innovation, it can be difficult to filter out the trends and initiatives that truly matter. To help treasurers in India do just that, HSBC’s Global Liquidity and Cash Management business held a Digital Innovation and Transformation Forum, April 2018 in Mumbai.
As part of a blueprint for a better future, the Saudi government is implementing measures to create a digitally-transformed, diverse economy. For corporate treasurers operating in the kingdom, or considering expansion into the country, this new digital era offers exciting efficiency opportunities and the chance to shape a sustainable future.
Africa’s FX market is fragmented - but also unencumbered by legacy trading infrastructure. It is not surprising therefore, that the continent is a hive of fintech activity and digital FX innovation. Tim Hutchinson, Standard Bank, explains the latest developments in this space and how corporate treasurers stand to benefit.
Eleanor Hill, Editor, talks with Deborah Mur, Head of Global Liquidity and Cash Management, HSBC France about the current payments landscape. Deborah also outlines outlines French corporates’ current priorities and highlights how HSBC France can support European organisations post-Brexit.