HSBC Indonesia (The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, Indonesia Branch)
HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial service organisations. It serves around 48 million customers through its global businesses: Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Commercial Banking, Global Banking and Markets, and Global Private Banking. Its network covers 72 countries and territories in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa, North America and Latin America.
HSBC Indonesia, which is part of the HSBC Group, employs more than 3,000 people and offers a range of products and services in commercial, wholesale and retail banking and wealth management.
HSBC Group's global network means the bank is well-placed to support customers conducting business in Indonesia and overseas. The bank initially served the sugar trade and then expanded its operation to the city of Surabaya in 1896. Today, it operates more than 45 branches in six cities across the country – Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang, Surabaya, Medan and Batam.
For HSBC, sustainability means building our business for the long term by balancing social, environmental and economic considerations in each decision made. Sustainability underpins strategic priorities. It enables HSBC to fulfil its purpose as an international bank, help businesses thrive and contribute to the health and growth of communities.
HSBC anticipates and manages potential social or environmental risks that may arise through its lending and investment activities.
It supports its customers in making the shift to a lower-carbon economy by financing activities such as renewables and efficient transport.
HSBC works with leading charities to support community projects, with a focus on education and the environment.
The bank aims to help young people reach their potential through access to education and entrepreneurship.
HSBC has committed to cutting its annual carbon emissions from 3.5 tonnes per employee in 2011 to 2.5 tonnes by 2020.
DHL - Public Speaking
DHL Indonesia missions in improving the quality of teenager’s life in Indonesia, was realized by one program called "Go Teach". This time, the program invites children of SOS Children's Villages Cibubur to introduce them and teach them about how to speak and deal with other people and how to speak properly in public.
HSBC - Visit to Village Flores
In 2015 HSBC Indonesia's team visited one of the Villages where the location is famous for its natural beauty, SOS Children's Villages Maumere, Flores. The visit was lasted for 3 days and 2 nights where HSBC Indonesia team interacted directly with the children and the foster mother in the Villages Maumere.