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Group.png HSBC  
(Private bankPowerbase Sourcewatch WebsiteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Formation3 March 1865
FounderThomas Sutherland
Headquarters8 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, United Kingdom
Subgroups• The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
• HSBC Bank plc
• HSBC GLT India
• HSBC Bank Malaysia
• HSBC Bank Middle East
• HSBC Mexico
• HSBC Bank Brazil
• HSBC Finance
Exposed byHervé Falciani, Nicholas Wilson


Too Big To Jail?

As the New York Times put it: "Federal and state authorities have chosen not to indict HSBC, the London-based bank, on charges of vast and prolonged money laundering, for fear that criminal prosecution would topple the bank and, in the process, endanger the financial system."[1]


Staff include various deep politicians.


Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:HSBC and the sham of Guardian’s Scott TrustArticle3 March 2015Jonathan CookBritain, we are told, is privileged to have two “liberal” media outlets, the BBC and Guardian, that are seen either as neutral or as a leftwing counterbalance to the rightwing agenda of the rest of the media. Here are three illuminating articles and a short video that should help to dispel any such illusions.
Document:Introduction Banksproject proposalJune 2018Euan Grant"We shall be approaching a range of international banks and institutions, including the BBA and ABI, together with major accountancy firms. We will use the results of these discussions to inform academia, think tanks and central government in the UK, particularly NCA, HMRC and MOD. We will also seek to put our views and, with permission, those of others into the public domain in a range of countries."
Document:The HSBC CabalArticle11 October 2018Nicholas WilsonHSBC paid Lisa Osofsky’s firm $200m a year to monitor the Deferred Prosecution Agreement in the US
Document:The Paradise Papers and HSBC. WhoArticle14 November 2017Nicholas WilsonThe corruption surrounding Theresa May's seduction of Saudi Aramco to hold its stock market launch (IPO) at the London Stock Exchange next year has involved bribes, lobbying for HSBC and changing the rules by the FCA
File:GreeceLagardeList.pdfname list29 October 2012Various


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