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Renminbi

You can only expand your reach into China as far as your cash flow and connections will allow. That's why so many international companies are starting to trade in Renminbi (RMB), China's global trade currency.

Our solution

As the leading foreign bank in mainland China, HSBC is uniquely positioned to help your company adopt the RMB while minimizing any foreign exchange risks.

With a range of renminbi-dominated offshore investment products, HSBC can provide new avenues to diversify your cash positions and accumulated funds, streamlining your international cash management.

And with HSBC's comprehensive set of renminbi hedging tools, your company can reduce risks in invoicing and lower the transaction costs of trade and investment.

Whether participating in cross border trade or establishing operations on the Mainland, HSBC can show you all the right moves to grow your business using the RMB.

Learn more about the benefits of foreign trading in RMB

Learn how you can improve your international cash management

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Renminbi (RMB) products have conversion risk. RMB is currently not freely convertible and conversion of RMB through banks in Hong Kong is subject to certain restrictions. In addition, there is a liquidity risk associated with RMB products, especially if such investments do not have an active secondary market and their prices have large bid/offer spreads. RMB products in Hong Kong are denominated and settled in RMB deliverable in Hong Kong, which represents a market which is different from that from that of RMB deliverable in Mainland China. Conversion of RMB is subject to daily limit in Hong Kong, Conversion of RMB from/to another currency of an amount exceeding the daily limit will result in additional time to exchange currencies. Please refer to the offering documents of the respective RMB products for details, including risk factors.

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RMB products may not be eligible for sale in all jurisdictions or to certain customers/investors. Thematerial contained within this web page is issued by HSBC Bank USA, N.A. ("HSBC"). HSBC makes no representation or warranty (express or implied) of any nature with respect to the completeness or accuracy of any information, projection, representation or warranty (expressed or implied) in, or omission from, this document. No liability is accepted whatsoever for any direct, indirect or consequential loss arising from the use of this document. This document does not constitute an offer or solicitation for, or advice that you should enter into, the purchase or sale of any security, commodity or other investment product or investment agreement, or any other contract, agreement or structure whatsoever. No consideration has been given to the particular investment objectives, financial situation or particular needs of any recipient. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. Unless governing law permits otherwise, you must contact a HSBC Group member in your home jurisdiction if you wish to use HSBC Group services mentioned in this document.

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As 2016 draws to a close, it's hard to escape some dreary outlooks for the year ahead. Many economies are feeling sluggish; China is enduring a slowdown; and political tensions are wreaking havoc in Europe and South America. Low commodity prices are squeezing emerging markets.

As growth slows in the world's wealthiest nations, many global companies are pinning their hopes on emerging markets. They're moving aggressively to source and sell more goods and services in developing countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe.

For many companies, building a global supply chain has become essential to surviving in a highly competitive and evolving global marketplace. It also creates a host of new risks. If your company makes snow shovels, relying on partners scattered around the world inevitably raises the odds that some won't reach stores until the first day of spring.

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