Be part of the Business Plan for the Planet

HSBC is supporting businesses all over the planet to thrive in a lasting, low-carbon economy. Find out what we are doing to help you today.
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At HSBC we want to partner with companies to build a climate-friendly economy, and are helping them find efficiencies in their supply chains or adapt their business model so they can reap the benefits of going green.

Noel Quinn, Group Chief Executive Officer

HSBC is here to provide you with the tools and insights to help you navigate the transition to net zero and build a more sustainable approach to doing business. Sustainability is an increasingly important consideration for businesses of all sizes.



Be part of the Business plan for the planet.

HSBC is supporting businesses all over the planet to thrive in a lasting, low-carbon economy.

We are committed to:

    Achieving net zero in our own operations and supply chain by 2030 or sooner

    Supporting our portfolio of customers to thrive through this transition

    Dedicating between $750bn and $1trn of finance and investment by 2030 to help customers transition to net zero

    Unlocking next-generation climate solutions

“Business Plan for the Planet” webinar examines HSBC’s bold and ambitious plans

HSBC Bank Malta and The Malta Chamber recently organised a webinar titled ‘Business Plan for the Planet’, which explored the importance of adopting sustainable practices in business operations.

The webinar referred to HSBC’s bold and ambitious plan to become the leading bank for the transition to a net-zero economy. HSBC Group is aiming to reach carbon neutrality by 2030 and aims to help its clients reach this target by 2050 in line with the Paris Climate Action Agreement.

The webinar was addressed by Perit David Xuereb, former President of The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, Joyce Grech, Head of Commercial Banking, HSBC Malta p.l.c., Sabrin Rahman, Head of Sustainability, Europe, Middle East and North Africa at HSBC Bank Middle East Limited, Sibel Sirmagul, Head of Product and Propositions Europe, Global Trade and Receivables Finance at HSBC Bank plc and Hugh R Blacklock, Senior Manager of Transaction Risk Management also at HSBC Bank plc.

All panellists agreed that sustainable and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices are no longer an option but a must, with expectations coming from various stakeholders. They outlined how a sustainable change can start with small steps and be the driver for the success and future growth of a business.

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