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  • 1. Who is this gentleman?
    • Roger Federer
  • 2. Michael Schumacher
  • 3.
    • THEN THE CHAMPION WILL BE…
    If Banking were to be a sport
  • 4.  
  • 5. WHAT IS HSBC?
    • HSBC Holdings is a public limited company incorporated in England and Wales in 1990, and headquartered in London since 1993
    • The group was founded from The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation based in Hong Kong.
    • As of 2009, it is both the world's largest banking group and the world's 6th largest company according to a composite measure by Forbes magazine.
    • No single geographical area (China) dominates the group's earnings.
    • Hong Kong still continues to be a significant source of our income.
  • 6. SOME FACTS
    • Revenue: $142.05 billion
    • Net Income: $3,541 million
    • 312,000 employees across the globe
    • 9,500 offices in 85 countries and territories
    • Our current share price is
    • 87.65HKD per share
  • 7.
    • What is the purpose of today?
  • 8. HSBC Global Strategy
  • 9. Our focus for 2009
    • HSBC Bank
    • Continue to provide vital banking and financial services to our personal and commercial customers.
    • Expansion of International branch network.
    • Additional growth efforts in HSBC Direct, HSBC Premiere and commercial banking
    • Ensure effective implementation of a realignment of personal and commercial business lines.
    • Leveraging our strength in Commercial Banking and maximizing opportunities in PFS, Wealth Management, Private Banking and Global Banking and Markets.
    • Leveraging the global strength of HSBC locally to offer market leading products and increase efficiency .
    • Expanding HSBC Finance
  • 10. THE FALL
  • 11. After the fall
    • The world suffered after the sub prime crisis, leading to a global recession.
    • We too, along with every major bank in the world, were responsible.
    • Although we were at the centre of the subprime storm, the economic crisis of our bank is much better than other global banks.
    • In November 2002 HSBC expanded in the United States, spending US$15.5bn to acquire Household Finance Corporation (HFC), a US credit card issuer and subprime lender.
    • The business indeed turned sour, costing HSBC some US$62bn.
  • 12. WE ARE BACK BABY!!!
  • 13. Us Versus Sub Prime menace
  • 14.
    • “ A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” - Winston Churchill
  • 15. Steps we took after the fall
    • We shut down the branch network of HSBC Finance in the U.S.
    • leaving only the credit card business to continue operating, which will generate
    • profits in the future
    • We transferred £750 million to London within hours
    • We had just lent £4 billion to other UK banks.
    • The global recession has created a wide gap as many banks have shut down.
    • We made US$9.3bn of profit in 2008 and announced a £12.5bn rights issue to enable us to buy other banks that were struggling to survive.
    • When the eagles are silent, the parrots begin to jabber.
  • 16. HSBC finance
    • In November 2002 HSBC expanded in the United States, spending £9bn (US$15.5bn) to acquire Household Finance Corporation (HFC), a US credit card issuer and subprime lender.
    • The business indeed turned sour, costing HSBC some US$62bn
    • We have closed HSBC finance leaving only the credit card business to continue operating
    • It will generate US $5 billion in this year alone.
    • In five years time, US $66 billion
  • 17. SO WHAT?
    • “ You guys screwed up, what’s in it for me?”
    • US $4 billion dollars profits from credit card
    • business
    • The profits will be for the investors
    • No general reserve.
  • 18. Michael Geoghegan
    • HSBC Group's Chief Executive
  • 19. WHY SHOULD YOU INVEST IN HSBC?
  • 20. Our Focus graph: s 10 • Ancillary Functions • Calendering Efficiency Zone Ability to Drive Dissatisfaction Ability to Drive Satisfaction Zone of Competitive Opportunity Zone of Competitive Intensity Zone of Competitive Necessity Strategic Focus • Quicken Support • Internal Account Aggregation • Ease of use • Competence • Responsiveness • Aesthetics • Courtesy • External Account Aggregation • Personalisation • ‘ Other’Channel Access • Real Time • Availability • Security • Reliability • Accuracy Source - Compass
  • 21. Net Income, Operating income and Revenue (IN BILLIONS)
  • 22. TOTAL ASSET (In Trillions)
  • 23.
    • Offshoring processing work to lower cost economies.
  • 24. We opened up CHINA!
  • 25. We are entering new markets, example Vietnam, Chile and Croatia.
  • 26. We are also helping towards opening up of the Russian market to its full potential.
  • 27. We were and still are the dominant foreign bank in non EU countries
  • 28. We are already there!!!
  • 29. We are always excited to work in different countries .
  • 30.
    • And also new sectors
    • We are the only international bank to have entered the rural industry.
    • HSBC provides financial services to small, medium-sized and middle-market enterprises.
    • HSBC is not just a competitor but a true champion in the banking industry.
  • 31.
    • THANK YOU

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