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HSBC’s British Client List investigated for tax Evasion

HSBC’s British Client List investigated for tax Evasion

A whistleblower has surely shocked HSBC, as he provided a list containing names, complete details and account balances of HSBC customers to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

Elderly Must Be Careful to Get Things Right on Funding

Elderly Must Be Careful to Get Things Right on Funding

Saving for long-term care has become a choice of many but reports of HSBC’s yesterday hitting a record of £10.5 million fine for mis-selling investment products to elderly and disabled customers have

HSBC may acquire Nedbank for £4.5 billion

HSBC may acquire Nedbank for £4.5 billion

The Banking giant, HSBC is consider to be the strong competitor to buy controlling stake of South Africa's fourth largest bank, Nedbank for £4.5 billion.

Anglo-South African insurer Old Mutual is selling its 52 percent stake in the group as a turnaround strategy after facing financial at its US and Bermudan operations.

HSBC and BNP, See Remarkable Changes in Revenue

HSBC and BNP, See Remarkable Changes in Revenue

The quick collapse in impairment charges has resulted in making both the banks HSBC and BNP, yield results according to the predictions made.

Half-Year Profit for HSBC Doubles

Half-Year Profit for HSBC Doubles

Europe's biggest bank, HSBC informed that its half-year profit more than doubled from what it was a year prior and this became possible only after its bad debts slumped acutely.

HSBC Workers at Heart of Swiss Leaked Confidential Information, Wall Street Journal Says

Two HSBC Holdings Plc workers are at the heart of an inquiry into the disclosure of Swiss confidential client information that was caught up in the hands of the French tax powers, the Wall Street Jour

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Christiana Figuere surges for unity in climate talks

Christiana Figueres, the head of UN'S climate change agenda has urged the negotiators from member countries to show unity on talks and arrive on an agreement during talks in Bonn.

She urged the member nations to "build bridges" at talks in Bonn towards a new, global agreement that received the backing of world leaders recently. The...

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