Our business areas and teams

We offer many opportunities for you to develop your career

A world of opportunity

With a network that covers 64 countries and territories, we have opportunities for you to develop your career in established and faster-growing markets. We serve our customers through our global businesses, which are supported by our operational and functional teams.

Commercial Banking

We offer a variety of roles for those interested in helping businesses to succeed. We look for people with an international mindset who are keen to build relationships for the long term.

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  • Global Banking & Markets

    Our relationship managers and product specialists work to build a clear picture of the requirements of our corporate, government and institutional clients, and develop services to meet those needs.

  • Wealth and Personal Banking

    Our teams help millions of customers worldwide to manage their personal finances and plan for the future.

  • Operations, Services and Technology

    This is the engine that drives HSBC. Our people range from technologists transforming the banking experience to operations professionals managing 1.7 trillion payments a year.

  • Global Functions

    These teams play a vital role in supporting the bank’s global businesses and offer opportunities in areas from legal, risk and finance to human resources, sustainability, marketing and communications.

  • Key hiring areas

    Find out about opportunities in particular specialisms and sectors where we are hiring as a priority.

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