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Singaporeans spend triple the time searching for property than reading their children bedtime stories or speaking to their parents: HSBC study
Singaporeans spend more than 3 hours a week looking at property, but less than an hour talking to their parents.
Companies are fleeing the UK no matter what happens with Brexit. Here’s all the damage that’s already been done
Brexit has already damaged the UK. The latest wound: Nissan will stop building one of its premium car models at its northern English Sunderland plant.
HSBC just set out how hard it is for robo-advisers to break even and says a wave of consolidation is inevitable
The bank said in a recent report that it estimates a robo-adviser needs assets of $11.3 billion to $21.5 billion to break even.
HSBC will unveil its revamped Singapore flagship soon – and it will be the first in region to have the bank’s exclusive Jade service that&...
Got S$1.2 million in cash and/or investments to deposit? You'll need it to be eligible to visit HSBC's Jade Centre in Singapore.
Revenues at Europe’s biggest bank ‘collapsed’ at the end of 2018 — and it’s blaming Trump’s trade war with China
HSBC CEO John Flint said: "Given the trade uncertainty, that's not surprising, but, yes, we're seeing a reduction in the rate of growth."
Singaporean millennials don’t have enough time to manage their finances – and it’s causing them immense stress, HSBC says
But people are probably also more likely to use spare time to check social media than manage their finances.
The reason why Singaporeans aren’t saving for retirement might be because they don’t feel old, HSBC says
Researchers found that about 60 per cent of people in Singapore did not see themselves as old.
HSBC is making a $130 million investment in its bank branches and the latest step is to arm its bankers with Samsung watches
HSBC has asked bankers in one of its branches to wear special Samsung watches so that they can better communicate with each other and improve efficiency.
When I visited Singapore in May, I expected it to be wildy expensive. I found that, while renting an apartment is costly, the city is full of cheap, delicious food, efficient public transportation, top-notch museums, a budding nightlife scene, and beautiful parks.
A day in the life of an HSBC exec who wakes up at 5:30 a.m. to work out, always eats green, and studies at Stanford in her free time
Melania Edwards is part of HSBC's International Manager Program, which trains senior executives for leading the international bank by putting them in top roles across different businesses around the globe.