Regulatory debt main features

Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcConsistent with the recommendations of the Financial Stability Board’s Enhanced Disclosure Task Force (EDTF) and as required by local regulations, see below details of the capital securities issued by relevant HSBC entities.

Download the main features and the full terms and conditions of regulatory capital securities issued by relevant HSBC entities, which constitute part of their capital bases.

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Date Entity Main features
10 Aug 2020 HSBC Continental Europe (formerly HSBC France)
10 Aug 2020 HSBC Holdings plc
10 Aug 2020 The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
10 Aug 2020 HSBC North America Holdings Inc
Capital and Other TLAC-eligible Instruments Main Features 30 June 2020
10 Aug 2020 HSBC Asia Holdings Limited
03 Aug 2020 HSBC UK Bank plc
03 Aug 2020
HSBC Bank plc
13 Mar 2020 The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
18 Feb 2020 HSBC Holdings plc
Capital and other TLAC-eligible Instruments Main Features 31 December 2019
18 Feb 2020
HSBC Bank plc
18 Feb 2020
HSBC Continental Europe (formerly HSBC France)
18 Feb 2020
HSBC UK Bank plc
18 Feb 2020
HSBC North America Holdings Inc
18 Feb 2020
HSBC Asia Holdings Limited
28 Oct 2019 HSBC Asia Holdings Limited
28 Oct 2019
HSBC Asia Holdings Limited
05 Aug 2019 HSBC Holdings plc
05 Aug 2019
HSBC Bank plc
05 Aug 2019
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
05 Aug 2019
HSBC UK Bank plc
Regulatory Capital Instruments 30 June 2019
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