HSBC opens post-trade marketplace


HSBC opens post-trade marketplace

HSBC has launched a new open architecture platform to connect clients to a host of third party post-trade service providers.

Post Trade Full Lifecycle – Front to Back FIXinar

The FIX Trading Community is pleased to announce the second episode of the 2022 Americas FIXinar Series. Manual processing still exists throughout many firms post-trade processing, where FIX can offer automation through a set of industry standards. The last 2+ years have seen a notable change in the landscape, and with industry initiatives such as CSDR and now the move to T+1 for US securities there is a need for greater transparency and automation from pre-trade onboarding through to exception management and settlement status notifications.

HSBC Blockchain Technology – Digitising Trade

HSBC’s Major Sees Most Value in Long End of US Curve

Steven Major, global head of fixed income research at HSBC, says, “I don’t think you can go too far wrong by holding 30-year Treasuries,” as he looks for value in the US yield curve. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets Europe.”

Banksters: The Untouchable Bank (Global Finance Scandal Documentary) | Real Stories

From the director of ‘Goldman Sachs: The Bank that Rules the World’ comes a major new investigation into corruption at one of the world’s top financial institutions – HSBC.
If HSBC were a country, it would be the fifth world economic power. Founded during the golden age of the Opium trade to enable the British Empire to access the Chinese market, it has created a unique network to move dirty money around the world. From tax evasion to money laundering for the mafia and manipulation of currency, “this bank had done everything bad that a bank can possibly do.”
In 2012, HSBC nearly lost its license to operate in the US for laundering the money of the Mexican and Columbian drug cartels. Criminal charges were filed and HSBC’s executives hauled before a Senate committee. But George Osborne, UK’s then Chancellor of the Exchequer, wrote to his counterpart in America and to the Chairman of the Federal Reserve to plead for leniency. He claimed that if HSBC received a harsh punishment, it would have serious repercussions on the world’s financial and economic stability. The letter worked and HSBC was fined 2 billion euros. The equivalent of one month’s profits.
As the center of international finance moves to Asia, HSBC is in prime position. It is the most Chinese of Western banks and the most European of Chinese banks. Protected by London, blessed by Beijing, who would dare attack it?

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