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HSBC


by Brian Turner

HSBC

HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBC Holdings) is a United Kingdom-based banking and financial services organization.

Its international network comprises over 10,000 properties in 83 countries and territories in Europe; Hong Kong; rest of Asia-Pacific, including the Middle East and Africa; North America and Latin America.

HSBC Holdings together with its subsidiaries (HSBC) provides a range of financial services to more than 128 million customers.

HSBC manages its business through two customer Groups: Personal Financial Services and Commercial Banking, and two global businesses: Global Banking and Markets, and Private Banking. Personal Financial Services incorporates the Company’s consumer finance businesses.

The largest of these is HSBC Finance Corporation (HSBC Finance), a consumer finance company in the United States. On March 26, 2007, the Company acquired the remaining 50.01% of Erisa S.A. and Erisa I.A.R.D. (together re-named HSBC Assurances).

Website: HSBC

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  1. HSBC are the worst bank I’ve EVER dealt with. I will be closing ALL accounts with them this weekend after over 10 years of their services getting steadily worse. Now, I can’t even speak to anyone at my local branch and just phone an automated system.

    Their practices are immoral – they push credit cards to students even thought the ‘financal advisor’ said it was interest free, it turned out there was a clause to exclude people with a student bank account.

    They increase my overdraft just to get me deeper in and dont give a toss.

    Comment by Richard — August 7, 2009 @ 2:19 pm

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