Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Hub Branch, present since 1984, is the reference point for Intesa Sanpaolo’s branches in Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo and Sydney and its representative offices in Beijing, Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta, Mumbai and Seoul.

It is also the local reference point for the Group’s International network in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, where it is a licensed bank authorized by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority to conduct the banking businesses and also a registered institution licensed by the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong to deal in securities, advise on securities and advise on corporate finance activities. Hong Kong Hub Branch is also geographical covering of the Asia Pacific region. The Branch is part of the International Network of IMI Corporate & Investment Banking Division.

Vision

The Hong Kong Hub Branch is geared towards solid and sustainable value creation for all stakeholders with whom Intesa Sanpaolo has relations in the Asia Pacific region. Fully aligned with Intesa Sanpaolo’s strategic vision, it aims at contributing a sharp increase in profitability and efficiency in the mentioned geographical region, due to competences and know-how acquired through over 30 years in Hong Kong and other Asia Pacific countries.

Mission

The Hong Kong Hub Branch acts as main “gateway” between Hong Kong and the Asia Pacific region and Intesa Sanpaolo’s core market, Italy, and as “global partner” for its Chinese, Italian and International customers.

Solutions and Services

The Hong Kong Hub Branch offers an in-depth knowledge of different industries and corporate strategies and a wide range of services and innovative tailored solutions delivered by the Corporate Banking Team along with Product Desks, including Corporate Risk Solutions, Global Transaction Banking, Structured Export Finance, Structured Finance (Acquisition, Infrastructure and Project), Syndication and Trade Export Finance. Some of the products and services offered to its customers also include: S/T and ML/T financing, Supply Chain financing, cash and liquidity management, treasury management, interest rate and foreign exchange risks hedging, issuance of commercial and financial guarantees.

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